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Old 05-05-2005
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Hey guys. Just picked up my new TJ Wrangler. Dual Top. Got the shits about the soft windows flying in the back so I got a bag made up by my new father in law to stow the windows behind the back seat. (Basically a big CD Cover).

Each of the three windows slots into the bag separated by felt. I then throw a cardboard tube in the middle so when I fold them they don't crease. Then I zip the whole thing up. THe great thing is that when I park the car with the roof off no one can tell where my windows are!!

Let me know what you think? Gonna get one made in vinyl next.
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Got my mum to make one. Synthetic suede/fleece stuff between the windows, and cotton canvas on the outside. Slide them all in and roll it up.

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I just threw them in the back.
but I have got myself a bag for the half door uppers which I stow allt he windows in anyway .. no felt though.. but wouldnt be hard to add that.. best of all you dont fold or roll.. The roll idea is good except when I rolled them up for too long it was a real biatch to get them back on again.. maybe I was rolling them too tight.
The window bag is basic and as I said.. if you were keen enough your father in law could insert insert felt dividers..
not picking on your bag.. just making another suggestion in case he decides he want to make some money from jeepers
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