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Default JK 4 door soft top parts?

I bought a soft top for my hardtop 2011 JKU about 18 months ago and fitted it once for about a week and worked OK but there where gaps around the rear doors. I refitted the soft top again today and realised I'm missing a few parts. I believe they are the soft top door frames for the front and rear doors. Does anyone have these 4 parts sitting around unwanted and would like to sell?

Here's a link to Quadratec web page with the parts shown and detailed. I'm after 13, 14, 15 & 16 plus the fixing hardware for a 2011 model.
I look forward to your help.

https://www.quadratec.com/parts/jeep...e-parts-4-door
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The parts I'm after are seen in this YouTube from about 6:15 into the video.

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I originally wanted those as well to use with my Smittybilt cargo net.

I found it was actually cheaper to buy a second hand complete soft top than to buy those parts individually brand new.

I've never seen them come up for sale by themselves so you might be better doing the same and get another complete top cheap.

I've had mine for sale on here for over 6 months for $100. I only just sold it last week on ebay for $160.
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I originally wanted those as well to use with my Smittybilt cargo net.

I found it was actually cheaper to buy a second hand complete soft top than to buy those parts individually brand new.

I've never seen them come up for sale by themselves so you might be better doing the same and get another complete top cheap.

I've had mine for sale on here for over 6 months for $100. I only just sold it last week on ebay for $160.
Thanks Nanook, I did exactly that today and bought a New/Unused complete soft top kit on FaceBook Market at a very good price and now have the frames so all is good.

Since I've replaced the hardtop for soft top, removed the LED light bar and bracket and the Gobi roof rack the car is so much lighter, less wind drag and then put the 33" ATR tyres on instead of 35" muddies the fuel economy has dropped signifinently. I did a highway run today where I got 11 lph. Wow thats the best I've ever had for my auto 3.8 Rubi.
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I used to run the soft top in Summer and swap to the hard top for the cooler months.

Ever since I bit the bullet and bought a NX Glide top, I love it so much I leave it on all the time now. Unless I'm doing a really long highway trip the hard top sits in the garage.

As you mentioned, it makes the Jeep a lot lighter so the soft top is ideal for me doing a lot of sand driving.
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Love the new Trektop Glide!

Such an improvement over the original Trektop I used for years!
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