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post #1 of 16 Old 01-18-2016, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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What soft top setup is this...?

Does anyone know what soft top set up this is ?
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post #2 of 16 Old 01-19-2016, 12:13 AM
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offroad hero?

http://www.californiatops.com/multitop.html

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Offoad Hero in Canada.
I bought one in the summer of 2015 and love it.
Wanted a different look. No issues with delivery or shipping.
Instructions though are a little confusing.
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The Offroad Heroes set-up looks different in the area directly behind the rear doors.

The pic that the OP posted looks like a Bestop (or whatever brand) Bikini top, Wraparound Windjammer, and Duster Cover combo.
Not my rig, but here is a pic of that set-up.
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sixty5vdub is correct, this does not appear to be an ORH top. Looks to be a Wraparound Windjammer modified to fit a 4-door. Look at the print of the door surround.
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The Offroad Heroes set-up looks different in the area directly behind the rear doors.

The pic that the OP posted looks like a Bestop (or whatever brand) Bikini top, Wraparound Windjammer, and Duster Cover combo.
Not my rig, but here is a pic of that set-up.
That looks awesome! Definitely am going to invest in one.
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Are there other brands/ options out there for the same look that are less expensive?
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sixty5vdub is correct, this does not appear to be an ORH top. Looks to be a Wraparound Windjammer modified to fit a 4-door. Look at the print of the door surround.
If you look closely, too, you can see the Bestop yellow tag on the Windjammer. I've considered this route several times. Just haven't pulled the trigger on it yet.

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http://www.californiatops.com/multitop.html

wow i love that this one converts to fastback and the one pictured above. tempting!

it would look really goofy doors off though ...

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wow i love that this one converts to fastback and the one pictured above. tempting!

it would look really goofy doors off though ...
The Bestop TrekTop & TrekTop NX can do the same thing if you have the Windjammer and Duster add-ons. All I lack is the Windjammer at this point.

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If you look closely, too, you can see the Bestop yellow tag on the Windjammer. I've considered this route several times. Just haven't pulled the trigger on it yet.
I put mine on this fall and love the change. Going bikini top + windjammer year round from now on

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I put mine on this fall and love the change. Going bikini top + windjammer year round from now on
Mine most of the year


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I put mine on this fall and love the change. Going bikini top + windjammer year round from now on
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My wife's car was in the way, so I couldn't get a picture from further away

I didn't bring the seatbelts through because I never have anyone in the back seat, other than my daughter in her car seat. I cut holes in the windjammer and brought the straps for the bikini top though those.

Never had any leaks in the back this fall, and it makes a big difference keeping heat in.

When it gets warm enough, I'll remove it when I take my full doors off and go back to half doors
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Can the seatbelts be relocated inside so you don't have to put them through the top? Would think you could mount to the rollbar and the floor.
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