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post #1 of 16 Old 01-17-2008, 08:16 AM Thread Starter
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HARD TOP

I found a hard top like the soft top you guys were talking about earlier. Pics I found online for the Las Vegas Sema Show in 2007.

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photo of hard top

thanx for the info BigO...here is a pic of the hard top I found



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Here are a couple more shot I took at the show.




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that is one bbaadd aass JEEP!!!! will try to make SEMA next yr fur sur

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Yep That's Mel's JK.

I like the top for sure but I have to add that I'm not a fan of bling and the billet door handles are blinging but Mel pulled it off on this look.

Good job Mel!
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where did he get that hardtop?

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where did he get that hardtop?
It's a Wild Boar. They had them at SEMA, here's a link to their website and online store...

http://www.jkracks.com

I really liked their tops, but they're racks were a little meh.

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The top definitely looks great, but it doesn't look like it would give you as much room vertically to put cargo back there. Just a thought....

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The top definitely looks great, but it doesn't look like it would give you as much room vertically to put cargo back there. Just a thought....

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True, but I've never heard of anyone buying a Jeep for its Cargo storage capabilities. Nobody that was sober anyways.

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True, but I've never heard of anyone buying a Jeep for its Cargo storage capabilities. Nobody that was sober anyways.
Maybe in the old days before the 4-door. I really like the look of the sloped back too, but I wouldn't want to give up that extra space. You can really pack a bunch of crap in there. For me though, I need the extra space for Scout.

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True, but I've never heard of anyone buying a Jeep for its Cargo storage capabilities. Nobody that was sober anyways.
Good point, but I think on a longer trail like the Rubicon you're going to be wishing you had every inch available for you to stuff with whatever .

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availability of FASTBACK hard top

You can buy the sema show FASTBACK hard top in a standard or T top version from $3100-$3495. I saw them at www.JKRacks.info They also have a cool rack that fits the squareback, ragtop, or the fastback top. It has an awning, and can support a VW style pop up camper top very cool
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Would be nice if they had a 2 door model

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I like the look, but a little pricey. But I wouldn't be buying a hardtop if I didn't already have one.

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Good point, but I think on a longer trail like the Rubicon you're going to be wishing you had every inch available for you to stuff with whatever .

-Casey
You ought to try wheeling a TJ with two kids in car seats

It was a real shock when I loaded the JK for the fist time with my usual gear. I still don't know what to do with all the extra room!


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