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Driving with the clamshell only

tritonx100

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Anyone have any issues driving with just the clamshell on?
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Alpha1_Silverback

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NO issues what so ever. Sometimes top off is last minute decision and without my lift installed yet, this is quick and easy!

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MillerAndCheeto

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No issues at all. Taking the doors and the top panels off takes roughly 5 minutes, it's the clamshell that needs more hands.


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Nope. I can vouch she’s stable at 100+.
My new favorite is rear off fronts on. That setups stable to 100+ too. 2 door. Not sure how the mids latch on a 4.
 

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tritonx100

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Thanks everyone. Been experimenting with the top off but wanted an option so that if rain is forecast and i'm out and about i know i can just throw it back together
 

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Ive had doors and fronts off, havent touched the clamshell yet... Its not the best look, but it is the most functional solution if you need the car to work rain or shine without a 10minute delay.
 

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Nope. I can vouch she’s stable at 100+.
My new favorite is rear off fronts on. That setups stable to 100+ too. 2 door. Not sure how the mids latch on a 4.
I havnt tried only front panels yet, but stable at highway speeds? Hmmm.
 

BRKOBILLY2

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Thanks everyone. Been experimenting with the top off but wanted an option so that if rain is forecast and i'm out and about i know i can just throw it back together

I hear Besttop is considering Sunrider for 4 door to open both rows. I bought the cover from RAIN GEAR as insurance. Which worked one day I was at lacrosse tournament and decided to rain. This cover is great but when all tops are off it has a bunch of slack in cargo area. I just carry a retractable stick with ball on end.
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