Style and comfort – that’s living the Jeep life!
Jeep owners can choose to have a hard top or a soft top, or have no top at all for their jeep, depending on the weather or the season, or what the jeep is used for. For those who love the free, open space as the weather permits, with the wind blowing in your hair, you will love driving Safari-style in a jeep with no top. If your Jeep comes with a soft top, you can easily have the soft top removed and have it reinstalled when the weather turns unfavourable.
Some prefer to keep the soft top on their jeep. Good quality soft tops are made of reliable materials that are durable, waterproof, and wind-resistant. If you have bought a used jeep and if it doesn’t have a top, you can easily source for high-quality aftermarket Jeep TJ soft top at 4WD.com that are available in classic or bowless styles, or you can check out at any of the jeep parts store or websites. Soft tops are available for 2-door and 4-door jeeps. Or you can get a Jeep JK or Jeep Wrangler soft top to suit your jeep according to your ever-changing style and preferences with just the pull of a zipper.
A high-quality soft top made of durable, weather-resistant materials protects the jeep and those travelling in the jeep from the element. Some of the materials used are sailcloth, twill, vinyl, and other sturdy fabrics and these are wind and water resistant. Most are also resistant to UV fading and mildew and equipped with anti-puddle support, window tint, mesh screens and zipper options.
Others prefer the hard top as it is more durable and provide protection from the extreme cold weather. Since the hard tops are made from hard materials, they are stronger and more durable than the soft tops. Hard tops are available in one piece or 2-piece versions. Hard tops are much heavier than the soft tops and you will need help to install the hard top onto your Jeep. One disadvantage of the hard top is that it cannot be folded and takes up storage space when removed from the jeep.
If your Jeep Wrangler TJ carpet needs replacing, it can be easily done if you have the proper hand tools. First, you will have to get the proper fitting jeep carpet designed for your Jeep model from the store such as 4WD.com. Then have the old carpet removed by removing the seats and some of the jeep body trim panels. The specifically designed carpet kit cut out for your model will fit perfectly well. Once laid, you can re-secure the trim parts and seats. And you can also protect the carpet and keep it in good shape with one of the high-quality floor liners.
How are you livin’ the Jeep life? 🙂