Is it possible to transport a Jeep hardtop on a cart?
- Additional options, such as the freedom panel storage option and door hangers, are available for purchase. In this way, not only can you store your hardtop, but you can also preserve your freedom panel and the handles on the doors (both 2 and 4 doors). The basic concept is that your entire Jeep can be dismantled and stored on a trolley.
Can you store a Jeep hardtop on its side?
Optional add-ons such as the freedom panel storage option and door hangers are available for purchase. So, not only can you stow your hardtop, but you can also keep your freedom panel and your doors open as well (both 2 and 4 doors). The basic concept is that your entire Jeep can be dismantled and transported on a cart.
Can you store a Jeep hardtop upside down?
Registered. There is no greater strain on them than there would be if they were in the Jeep. Personally, I would not keep mine upside down, but to each his or her own preference. I actually built a cart with wheels to put mine up on the end, which saves me some room and allows me to roll it out of the way if necessary, saving even more space.
How do I store my Jeep doors?
Create a strategy for storing your belongings.
- Make a tucking motion with your fingers. If you want to store the doors of your Jeep, one of the cheapest and most straightforward methods is to spread down a wide, thick blanket on the ground and either lay the doors flat on top of it or rest them against a wall with their bases on the blanket. Put them on a hook.
- Employ the services of a Jeep Door Storage Cart.
Will a jeep hardtop fit through a door?
Member at the highest level. No, it will not fit; however, you may get other 1/2 door tops that will work; the YJ hard tops had full doors.
How do you store a jeep hardtop without a garage?
You could purchase or construct a storage cart that will allow you to stand it on its end without damaging the glass, and with casters on the bottom, you could easily wheel it in and out of the apartment as needed.
Can you stand on a Jeep Wrangler hardtop?
There have been stories of Jeep owners loading their vehicles with weight on the top that surpasses 200 pounds. This is not safe and should be avoided because the roof design was not intended to support a load, but rather to shield you from the weather in the first place.