The FIX for the drip rail water leaking that anyone can do

redelses

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that channel on the 2021s does nothing for the exterior gutter water draining into the cab. not sure what it is meant for but it's too far inside the pillar to catch water from the roof/gutter. may be for potential leaks in the one-top option? unfortunately the 2021s still direct the roof water directly onto your legs and into the cab.



Here’s me going to look for that part number.





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Actually, I do this, too. I've got a spot at work with a slight incline, so it works many times. Not a permanent solution, though, but better than nothing.

OP, brilliant solution! Love it!
Put your front driver's tire on a curb. That said, it's a really stupid lack of foresight by Jeep. We shouldn't have to solve this type of problem with hacky junk. This weather stripping idea is pretty solid, but it shouldn't even be an issue...
 
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Has anyone seen a solution that can be used with the soft top? All of these rain channel extensions are only for hard top applications. :(
the easiest DIY solution is one the first page and was made for the soft top.
 

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