Topless Drivers

EJH220

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Eric
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2020 Wrangler Rubicon Recon / 2020 Explorer ST / 2020 Lincoln Aviator / 2018 HD Road Glide Special
Had a 13 JKUS. Dual tops. Armor Doors. Spidershade. Tonneau.

When I got the 20 JLUR Recon, I ordered a Spidershade, Armor Doors and a Tonneau the next day. Ordered a Bestop Trektop Ultra shortly after.

Soft top was / will be on as soon as possible in the Spring and stays on as long as possible into Fall. Same as the Armor Doors. Usually end of March / beginning of April to the end of October beginning of November. (may take the doors off / put back on earlier / later)

The Spidershade and Sunscreen work great here in the Midwest. Usually keep an eye on the forecast for rain, but can always put the top up and run in safari mode. May get a little wet on the sides, but the cargo area and the rest stay pretty dry, only happened a couple of times all summer.
 

Jinnjue

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Jinn
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2018 Jeep Wrangler jl 2 door Mojito Green
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How many of you long time jeep drivers drive topless? I used too. I would have a bikini top at most from spring until late fall. Drive fast and don't get wet. Then I got a motorcycle. If I wanted wind in my face, I just rode it.

I like the capability of a jeep but rarely take the top off. How about you?

(Women with topless driving stories are encouraged to post!) :like:
I have a hardtop and since it’s no fun taking that off and on all the time. I leave it off for as long as I can. Funny I haven’t taken the doors off yet. 🤔 But sunscreen and a hat are usually a must for us. It’s the ONLY reason I wanted a Jeep. So having the top off as much as possible is a must for me. ✌🏽
 

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