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Sunrider flipped and windows all installed ???

How worried should i be about highway speeds and the top flipped back?? I have done it several times up to 80mph. It does put a heck of a vacumm on the top you can see it sucked in. Getting ready for a trip and might flip the top back for 8 hours on the highway. I know removing rear window is recommended but not always easiest for me to do. Need oppinions please thanks

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I usually just roll my back window up, when the top is completely on.

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x2 I roll mine up also.
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Much like the two previous posts I keep the rear rolled up when ever possible, roof or no roof. I would be quite hesitant to have the rear window installed with the roof back or off, I would think it would blow out. its just a thought though. If the rear is loaded and opening the door to roll up the window wont work, maybe unzip and let it rest behind the spare tire, then just rezip when needed.

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