Fucking Rugged Ridge - do they make anything that isn't complete shit?
One of those quick emergency tops won't do the trick? I've driven in rain many times doorless and hardly anything gets in the sides.
I've thought about that too, but there are times when I want to take a trip or just want to have coverage over the doors (say, I'm in work clothes, probably the most important reason) and want to keep the majority of the elements out. And as I said in my original post, and another member echo'ed, moving hard doors in a condo/apartment is a job and a half. It's not just take them off in your garage and hang them, it's take them off, carry them somewhere that's hard to get to, rinse repeat 4x while attempting to not scratch them. I did it with my previous 2 door once last summer and hated it, so that's why I came up with this idea in the first place. I may still get an emergency top though even for use with the soft doors, so that if I leave my jeep out overnight and it rains, I don't have to worry about it leaking through the soft doors. Appreciate the suggestion. Obviously a much cheaper option.
I hear you about the weather in MA, I live in CT. Its just about 60 right now, the forecast for thursday is sub 20 and snow.
Had the top down today. Was getting weird looks! Hit 57 in my area.
The bestop soft doors will not keep water out so if you like your carpet / still have carpet they aren't for you. They are also extremely noisy on the highway with the windows up. All that being said I like them, had them for the last 4 years. Run them at least 6 months of the year. Love the versatility of them as I run them in half door mode pretty much all summer weather permitting. They are lightweight and you don't have to worry about scratching them which is a huge plus.
I'm considering bedliner, bedtred, bedrug or possibly just pulling the carpets. Suggestions?
Thanks for all responses!