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Jeep CJ5 Soft Tops

Here at Morris 4x4 Center, we love soft tops! It's what makes a Jeep a Jeep. Cruising down the road or through your favorite trail in the open air is how a Jeep was made to be enjoyed. That' why we carry a wide selection of soft tops from the best brands in the industry. Whether you're looking to convert your Jeep from a hard top to a soft top, replace your worn out factory top, or replace the top framework, Morris 4x4 Center has you covered! Get it? With so many options to choose from, here's a quick rundown to get you started in the right direction, but if you're still left with questions regarding what top & options are best for you, our Jeep experts are standing by to help.

Replacement Soft Tops
For Jeeps in need of sprucing up their worn out factory top, a replacement top is the way to go. They're made to use the Jeeps original soft top frame, and come with the soft top canvas and windows. If your Jeep came with half doors, there are also replacement tops that will include new upper half door skins as well. Replacement tops come in a wide array of factory colors, and depending on your model, will allow you to choose clear or privacy tinted rear windows. The tinted windows are legal in all 50 U.S. states.

Complete Soft Tops
If your Jeeps original soft top frame & hardware has seen better days, the frame is missing, or you're wanting to change it up and switch your hard top for a soft top, a complete top is the ticket. A complete soft top will not only include the canvas & windows, it will also come with the complete folding frame work and all the hardware needed to bolt it onto your Jeep. Depending on your model & doors, some complete tops will also include the complete upper half door skins with frames. No matter what combination of Jeep & doors, we have a complete soft top that will work for you.

Fastback Soft Tops
You may have seen some tops called "frameless" or "bowless" tops. These soft tops are designed to be mostly supported by your Jeeps factory roll bars. They give your Jeep the "fastback" look with the angled rear window. These tops are great if you're not looking to fold the top back too often, but want the ability to unzip the rear windows and convert the Jeep to a bikini top with ease. Some frameless tops such as the Bestop Trektop have a "sunrider" feature that allows the front section of the soft top to quickly flip back and let some sun in over the front seats. Most frameless tops come as complete tops with all hardware required for installation, but there are others that re-use some of the Jeeps factory original soft top frame. We list all the parts included with each soft top so you can make the right decision for your Jeep.

Soft Top Materials & Colors
Soft tops have been around for a long time. With each new Jeep model, improvements are made to the soft top design and material. Every Jeep has a soft top option in the classic vinyl material. Don't let the term "classic" throw you off. There's nothing classic about the quality of the vinyl materials our brands use today. It's been improved over the many years since its introduction, and a vinyl soft top will last you many years with standard cleaning & protection. If you're looking for a step up from the tried and true vinyl material, sailcloth is the way to go. Sailcloth soft tops look and feel like a vinyl soft top, but they add in an extra insulative layer between the inner and outer fabrics. It keeps the soft top tighter, and reduces wind noise. All vinyl and sailcloth soft tops are offered in the factory original color options your Jeep would have come with from the showroom floor. But if sailcloth isn't enough, and you're looking for the tip top, top, some models also come in a premium fabric option, also called Twill. You want the same soft top material that would come on a convertible Lamborghini? The premium/twill material is it! Premium/Twill tops look and feel nothing like vinyl soft tops. The material is even thicker than sailcloth! They provide the ultimate durability, sound reduction, and insulation when it comes to soft top material. They have a soft, yet thick canvas feel, with deep rich coloring. The standard premium color is black, but some of our brands offer blue, white, tan, and even red! The premium/twill material is available in replacement tops, frameless, & complete. Regardless of your preference, we have a soft top & color for you.

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Jeep CJ5 Soft Tops

Jeep CJ5 soft tops are one of the most versatile parts of your vehicle. They are easy to take on and off, which means you can enjoy gorgeous weather with the top down and doors off. Adventure awaits in the wilderness and taking the top off of your Jeep enhances the experience. Feel the wind blowing through your hair as you tackle the trails in your Jeep.


Why You Should Consider Upgrading Your Jeep CJ5 Soft Tops

There are many benefits for switching to Jeep CJ5 tops. A soft top is an inexpensive modification for your Jeep. It's easy to store when you want to go offroading, folding up to fit on a shelf in your garage or in the back of your rig. If rain creeps up while you're driving, you can quickly put the top back on to avoid being soaked. 


What are Jeep CJ5 Soft Tops?

A soft top is a fabric cover for your Jeep. They are easy to take on and off depending on the weather and the type of driving you would like to do. Usually made of canvas, soft tops can be a fantastic addition to your customizations.


When Should You Replace Your Jeep CJ5 Soft Tops?

Jeep soft tops typically last about three to five years. After some time, you will notice discoloration of the fabric due to the breakdown from UV rays. You may also notice streaking, which is caused by acid rain and UV rays. This makes the fabric more brittle, making it easy to tear your top. When it's cold outside, the fabric is less flexible. A taut, cold fabric won't stand up to being installed or removed.

If water collects on the roof of your Jeep, it can cause mildew. The mildew can also break down the integrity of the fabric. Stitches may start to pull away and seams can start to fall apart. Any of these signs can help you determine when it's time to replace the soft top on your Jeep.

A soft top has many advantages to enjoy, especially the wind blowing through your cabin.

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