Ursa Minor Pop-Top Jeep JK

mlochowitz

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Does anyone know what the difference is between the rear quarter: Solid Quarter Panel vs Quarter Panel - Insert? And any recommendations on the rack option if I'm wanting to stay as low profile as possible but still have the option of mounting some recovery boards or solar in the future? Thanks!
 

eytonpay

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Does anyone know what the difference is between the rear quarter: Solid Quarter Panel vs Quarter Panel - Insert? And any recommendations on the rack option if I'm wanting to stay as low profile as possible but still have the option of mounting some recovery boards or solar in the future? Thanks!
Solid quarter panel is with no back glass, the insert is a little cubby that fits a rotopax or tool box.

I called and asked about the rack rails. I was told they don’t add any height to the top because of the contour of the top the rails are flush with the highest part of the top.
Hope that helps.


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dmulk

Member
Does anyone know what the difference is between the rear quarter: Solid Quarter Panel vs Quarter Panel - Insert? And any recommendations on the rack option if I'm wanting to stay as low profile as possible but still have the option of mounting some recovery boards or solar in the future? Thanks!

I love the Mac's versatie system:

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It runs pretty much the full length of the top and provides a LOT of configurability. I had them add the 150Lb struts (and they are no problem closing without a load. VERY glad I went this way).

My plan is to mount my Maxtrax as far forward as possible running the width of the top. I'll then add a flexible solar panel to the rear of the top. Still playing with panels and mounting options but Zach built a very nice mounting bracket for my victron solar controller and pre-plumbed some wire and connectors to the back driver side corner of the top. It's exactly what I wanted. :)

I'll try and post some close up photos of the rails and solar connections later.

-dmulk
 

shays4me

Adventurer
Does anyone know of a product that will take the scratch marks out of the bed liner material on a J30? My daughter drove the Jeep down the side of a tree last year in Moab and it didn't get through the bed liner but it did dull the finish where the limbs were. I believe I seen someone mention one of the 303 products somewhere but I'm not sure if that's correct.
 

Dan Grec

Expedition Leader
Does anyone know of a product that will take the scratch marks out of the bed liner material on a J30? My daughter drove the Jeep down the side of a tree last year in Moab and it didn't get through the bed liner but it did dull the finish where the limbs were. I believe I seen someone mention one of the 303 products somewhere but I'm not sure if that's correct.
303 is the stuff to use on the canvas to re-waterproof it (specifically designed for use on Sunbrella). It works great.

For the bedliner I've never found or used anything to make it pretty again.

-Dan
 

dmulk

Member
303 is the stuff to use on the canvas to re-waterproof it (specifically designed for use on Sunbrella). It works great.

For the bedliner I've never found or used anything to make it pretty again.

-Dan
This stuff is magical....

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shays4me

Adventurer
Does anyone with a gen 2 J30 top with factory solar have a pic of the pass through for the wiring and where it's located? I aquired a couple solar panels and I'm thinking about installeing them on my roof rack.
 

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