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Soft top, fastback, tonneau cover

Just bout a 1991 today and plan on having the hard top off all summer and putting regular hard top back on for winter. All the posts for soft tops I can find on here are very old and all the comanys listed are out of businesses. Anyone have any ideas on where to look.
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yo,
Also;
ARO Tonneau (Fast Back Style) Info & pics; Miesk5 NOTE, the Tonneau is actually a Soft-Tops.com Fast Back Style
Source: by aro2000.com

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yo,

I missed that Post; thanks guys!

also... I did the over-write again when I was C&P'ing from site to this thread...
I left out;
Rampage Products Full Top Fasttrac Zipper for 80-94; " Side & Rear windows zip completely out or can be rolled up safari style..." read more; MIESK5 NOTE, Jeffcityguy wrote; "...Just off the Phone with Rampage, the CO. in the Jeep link above. They make the top for JBG. Said 78-79 is still in development, and 92/93 and up have no provision for seat belts. I did not ask about tinted windows. They did say this was their own design, not a copy. No pictures that he could email, said go look at JBG's site..."
Source: by rampageproducts.com

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Yea I'm thinking the aro2000.com. Fast Back style is the best if needed to keep the elements out and still look sweet.
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Yea I'm thinking the aro2000.com. Fast Back style is the best if needed to keep the elements out and still look sweet.
yo, ok, take some pics on the install and post em here, if you can.
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we had fastback style on our old 95, and it was sick looking but, if you use the back seat, it becomes useless unless you are 3 feet tall. and the 'window' is useless. but otherwise really nice looking, and it was super easy to install
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