Installing a Jeep Wrangler soft top is one of the best things you can do for your rig and yourself. Feeling the wind on your face and in your hair is probably one of the greatest lures of owning a jeep. However, having the harsh sun beat down on your head or getting soaked to the skin is definitely nobody’s idea of fun!
A Wrangler soft top is a good way to beat the elements of nature and yet get the feeling of freedom. The soft top also affords a quieter ride than you get if you are riding around ‘topless’.
Of course, the same benefits are to be gotten even with a Jeep Wrangler hard top. However, there are several reasons why a Wrangler soft top is considered a far better option than a hard top.
- For one, with a Jeep Wrangler soft top you can be having open-air fun in a snap. If you are out driving around on a rainy day and the sun comes out suddenly, it will take but a minute to lower your Jeep Wrangler soft top and enjoy the sunshine. With a hard top this is difficult to do. You have to either leave it on or keep it off.
- Installing a soft top is also easier than installing a hard top. In addition, you have to either have a winch / pulley system or a really strong friend to help you take off your hard top. This often means additional expense and effort.
- Storing a hard top during the summer months can be a hassle too. Leaving it on the garage floor means it may get damaged. It definitely won’t fit in any kind of closet or storage cabinet. Again, storing the hard top when not in use can add to more expenses. The soft top simply folds back for easy storage when not in use.
Thus there are several reasons why the soft top scores over the hard top. Check out Jeep Wrangler soft tops by Pavement Ends and Bestops for some great options.