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....silly question here, but..does anyone know how the tailgate and top window work? Can one open the top portion without opening the bottom portion?
Exactly like the Jeep Wrangler.





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Cactus Gray looks amazing in this video.

Are those really the 35" tires? They don't look that big here.
I may need to reconsider not getting the Sasquatch package.
I agree with this. This makes me consider going with a different trim and adding a lift and 37s.
 

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Didn't read 9 pages of replies, but is the mid roof section removable with the roof rack still on?
Perhaps the bars being that low, I can’t see how it’s possible without scratching the crap out of something.
 

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Perhaps the bars being that low, I can’t see how it’s possible without scratching the crap out of something.
I assume that you can slide out one section under the roof bar since you generally do not have to lift them super high on a jeep and there seems to be a good 2 inches under the bar of the roof rack.

Wondering if one of the admins can confirm this.
 

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I assume that you can slide out one section under the roof bar since you generally do not have to lift them super high on a jeep and there seems to be a good 2 inches under the bar of the roof rack.

Wondering if one of the admins can confirm this.
Yeah for the front where it’s split in two down the middle probably possible, but the middle where the edges curve down, can’t see it.
 

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Yeah for the front where it’s split in two down the middle probably possible, but the middle where the edges curve down, can’t see it.
Looks really close in this picture with a sight incline.

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I wonder if the rubberized interior would have the fabric backed seats or if it would also be rubberized. If fabric, it doesnt completely solve the dog hair problem.
this is the million dollar question for me, and the million dollar reason. Got a mastiff and a Rottie that love riding!!
 

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