M35A2 Soft Top Conversion

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saddamsnightmare

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My m35A2 in the icon originally came with a hard top, which I kept, but I did replace it with a new GMA soft top and used bows. The result was a warmer top in the winter (the truck had no cab heater) and much cooler in the summer. I prefer the 686A tan top on a tan truck, but I find that it is much warmer in the winter then my wife's jeep which has a black soft top, and much cooler in the summer. Pity of it is, Jeep hasn't got a clue about insulating its soft tops.fat lady sings
 

DanaFawbush

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Does anyone know if you can replace the twist locks on the soft top on the sides over the doors or does the whole frame with the twist locks have to be replaced?
 

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