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Old 03-16-2004, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Couple questions about the Bestop Supertop....

1) For the guys that have bought them, where'd you get them? (best prices, etc)

2) I'm probably heading up north next year, to a place where it got to about -50 celcius (about -16 F I think...). How will these things hold up to that sort of weather?

3) How do they fit in w/ stock hard doors? Are they relatively rain/snow resistant?

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So what made you decide on the Bestop. I was leaning towards the Kayline (STC)?
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Looks like it fits the tub fairly well/tightly and I like that you don't have to drill into the body at all (have enough rust problems as it is), but I guess the Kayline is like that too?

Also, from the pics on coolcruisers.com, it looked like there was a lot more windows on the Kayline then in the Bestop. Most of the soft tops I've ever dealt w/ have the windows going sort of glazed/foggy before the other material has too much problem.

So, basically, didnt' really base the decision on anything
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Old 03-16-2004, 09:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I've seen Helocat's Kayline Soft Top and it's a really good design. Really easy to take on and off in about 5 minutes time. The only downside that i've heard about them is when wheeling, the aluminum railing thing gets bent real easy especially if you do a lot of wheeling in forests.

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