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Clover Patch Window Roll™ - Anyone have one?

I just ordered one in order to keep the windows in one place. I hope it doesn't turn into an easier way to steal all of my windows.

I was going to order it from QT but looked on ebay. The manufacturer sells it for $76.30 and free shipping. Would have been $92 delivered from QT.

The guy emailed me and was out of stock but has the material coming in next week and it sounds like they make them pretty fast. Glad to know it's made in the US by a small business owner.


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Nobody has one? C'mon already, I posted this 2 hours and 14.258 minutes ago.


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I have one. Bought it originally for my TJ. It holds the windows fine, just not sure how it will fit in the back. I doubt there will be any problems though.
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No offense intended, but having just looked on QT to see what you were talking about, I'm thinking reusing the carrying bag from one of those folding camping chairs would work just as well. Wal-mart has those chairs for around $21-$30. I reused one to carry my spare front driveshaft for the TJ. Many also use them to house their spare axles. Just a thought.


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I have one and it works pretty well. There are layers of felt to separate the windows and then it all rolls up and slides into the bag. the bag clips to the roll bars so I leave it on top of the top when it's down. If I were to make it I would do it a bit differently but it works. I think it will fit down behind the seat if you're worried about someone walking off with it.
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Use mine all the time. I will have had the Jeep for 4 years this year with 40k miles and my windows still look basically new. They've got some scratches but nothing like what they could have looked like.
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I have two. One for my Clear Windows and one for my Tinted Windows. Here's a hint for you. To keep them out of sight, when they're off and the top's down, I sometimes hide the roll between the tailgate door and the soft top material in the back. Can't see it with the soft top material hanging down!

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I bought a ski bag at a local discount store for $15, bought about 3 yards of felt from Wallyworld. Works just as good and way cheaper. It even has straps and clips in the right spots for the roll bars
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We've got one for our TJ, works really well. Actually we've got two for the TJ -- like Blackbeard we've got one for our clear trail windows and one for the tinted ones.

As soon as I get the soft top installed on our JK, I'll probably pull one from our stock to use with it too.

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We love ours. does what its supposed to well. We wrap the top in the shipping cover that came with it new.Not perfect but cheap and has held up well.i just toss the wrap in the back, not many thieves around here.

got Jeep got stuff, never enough of the right stuff tho

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For me it was a waste of money, my windows are scratched already and when I take them off I lay them in the back flat. Other than that they lay on an unused bed.

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Bought it, used it once, realized I'd NEVER use it again, tried to sell it and couldnt. If you want one in never used condition, cancel your order and I'll send you mine. You're in GA so... $60 including shipping?

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Got mine a couple of weekends ago. I really like it. Sure, I could have made one cheaper but I'm happy with it. This way I'll have my windows with me.


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No offense intended, but having just looked on QT to see what you were talking about, I'm thinking reusing the carrying bag from one of those folding camping chairs would work just as well. Wal-mart has those chairs for around $21-$30.
this is what i use, with a couple of old blankets to keep the windows from rubbing on each other.


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I've had mine for a couple of months now and love it. Keeps everything in one place. It was worth the money to me.


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Got mine a couple of weekends ago. I really like it. Sure, I could have made one cheaper but I'm happy with it. This way I'll have my windows with me.
I have had one for a few years now for the same reason you got it, and it is still going strong. Lay it out on the hood, and pack them out, but I only use the piece to separate the windows. Not the bag, and have yet to have a problem. If I have concerns, I put mine behind the front seats in the floorboard otherwise it goes behind the back seats... However I have a 4 door..
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