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Soft Top Window Hangers

Soft Top Window Hangers

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A lot of us who have soft tops actually do take the windows out and put the top down. Now the age old question becomes "What do I do with the windows?" I used to and sometimes still do, just take them out and throw them on the floor in the back seat or behind the back seat. Other times they end up thrown in the garage over the workbench or some convient piece of equipment. This is nice for a temporary thing, but it does lend itself to scratches on the windows. There are some nice products out there that you can roll your windows up in and protect them, unfortunately the side windows don't lend themselves to being rolled up easily. I saw a friends that were rolled up and the plastic was kinked and distorted. Made for a real pain to get them back on. This does work for all models of Jeeps, so just make the changes as needed for your size windows. I used a 4 door JK's windows for this write up, but I have used this on TJ, YJ and CJ's windows in the past.

Additional Parts:
Wood Hangers (4)
Wall Hooks (2)
Wall anchors

Tools Needed:
Phillips screwdriver


The Parts:
Look for a wood hanger that has a felt liner inside. The plastic ones usually have small points to help grab pants and tend to damage the soft top windows.
1. Find a suitable location to mount your hooks. Idealy your looking for a nice finished wall. Your significant others closet might not be the best place. I have some wall space in the garage.
2. Mark two spots on the wall about 27 " apart and about 87 " off the floor. This measurement can change depending upon what space you have and how big your windows actually are. JK, TJ, TJ unlimited, YJ and CJ's all have different size windows.
3. Install your two hooks.
4. Clip the pants hangers to the windows. The wood hangers usually have a soft liner that helps protect the windows. Hang on wall.
Alternate hanging locations:

Front Hall Closet

Guest Bath

Your Closet


Where the wife hangs her clothes to dry

Her Closet

Master Bath




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This page last updated: 30-May-2012

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