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Thread: NEW Bestop TrekTop PRO Debuting at the 2014 SEMA Show

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    One more thing to consider for "the list"
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    Nothing but a Thing IBeHeWhoIsJoshua's Avatar
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    My header bar has such a gap and gets louder and louder I don't know if I would buy another bestop. I'll have to read the flyer and keep my eyes open for the reveal though.

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    Can wait to see this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK_Dave View Post
    Glad I've held out!
    ^^same here this sounds too good to be true, but if it is, we both made the right call!

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    "New, innovative top: doesn't leak."

    Seriously, interested to see this product. Sounds like it might be a modular hard top only with stiff fabric panels.

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    Interesting if it is as good as it sounds I have a hardtop and a trek top for sale.

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    Word on the street is that is a soft top with real glass windows. Not sure how that would work but that's the rumor.

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    That doesn't sound nice at all, I couldn't care less about the windows... I was expecting a thicker material to mimic a hard top but can be folded back easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BossHog View Post
    Word on the street is that is a soft top with real glass windows. Not sure how that would work but that's the rumor.
    Glass windows - that'll be easy to store on the fly 🙊

    The only reason for me to have a hardtop over the soft is security and the ease of opening the rear window. If they've come up with an ingenious way to have a hardtop-like rear window on a soft top that is easy to open/close for cargo access, that would be nifty.

    I'm crossing my fingers that it's actually a hard top using a lightweight composite material with every section being removable.

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    Not sure how you would be able to fold a top with three glass windows. I sure hope that's not the big reveal.
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