Part of the appeal of a Jeep is the ability to enjoy that open-air feeling while zipping down the road. Owners with soft tops have the option of going topless, or putting it back up when bad weather threatens. While the hardtop lasts longer, you’ll sacrifice that open-air ride that Wranglers are famous for. As far as modifications go, this one is one of the easier mods to tackle.
Soft tops for Jeeps come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from OEM tops to bikini tops. Determining which open-air experience you want is key to purchasing the right soft top before installation. Summer tops, or summer types, can be put on when the hardtop is removed, but only opens up a portion of the top, giving you a bit of a windbreak. Total soft top modifications (with or without hardware) is the top of choice if you want the full wind-in-your-hair experience, as well as the ability to pull the entire top up or down at your convenience. Many tops give you the option to include upper door skins, for a completely customized look.
Soft tops, such as the Bestop Supertop NX in Twill, last multiple years and often come with excellent warranties. The fabric used in creating your soft top and how you care for it can make the difference and extend that time. For example, the triple-layer Black Twill fabric used in creating the Bestop soft top is the same material used in high end vehicles such as a Rolls, or a BMW. Luckily, soft tops don’t come with the BMW price tag, are relatively affordable compared to other modifications you could opt for.
When you go on off-road adventures in your Jeep, you want to ensure that your SUV has adequate protection. One of the best ways to do so is via CJ7 rock sliders, combined with skid plates and other protective parts. We stock rock sliders and rocker panel guards so you can protect your CJ7’s rocker panels in the way you prefer. Choose from sturdy materials like diamond plate, steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. You can even choose finishes like gloss, powder-coated, textured, and polished, or colors like black and unpainted. With CJ7 rocker guards in place, you will have one less thing to worry about on your next adventure. If you take your Jeep off-road regularly or even just once in a while, it would be wise to install CJ7 rock sliders and other protective parts, such as skid plates.
We carry rock sliders and rocker panel guards, letting you choose the part type that you prefer. To assure you in your purchase, we only stock leading brands known for producing high-quality, durable parts, such as Poison Spyder, Lund, Kentrol, Smittybilt, Warn, and Warrior. Just looking at the materials of our Jeep CJ7 rock sliders, you know they mean business because steel, stainless steel, diamond plate, and aluminum are incredibly sturdy. You don’t even have to be concerned about how your Jeep CJ7 rocker guards affect the appearance of your SUV, as you can select the finish and color. We have finishes like bare, polished, powder-coated, gloss, stainless steel, and textured, and various colors like black or unpainted. You can even opt for a bare or unpainted rocker panel and get some paint to match your vehicle’s color or a contrasting color that you think would complement it. Don’t put off installing rocker guards on your CJ7, as they can save you thousands in potential repairs by preventing damage.