Any Jeep owner has probably considered converting his hard top cover into a soft top. The decrease in weight can result in better gas mileage, as well as better stability. Another benefit is the driving experience with a soft top, being closer to the elements. The Bestops cover is one of the most popular brands for converting hard top Jeeps into soft tops.
Hard Top Removal
The first step in installing the Bestops cover is the removal of the hard top, which should always be done carefully to avoid damaging the hard top and to avoid damaging the connections. Most soft covers for Jeeps are designed to depend on the connection brackets for the Jeep once the hard cover has been taken off.
Because of the material that is used for the construction of the Bestops cover, the best temperature of the cover and the environment is around 72 degrees Fahrenheit. The ambient temperature of the environment and the material is directly related to the pliability of the cover as it's installed. The easier it is to stretch the material, the easier it will be to install it correctly.
Whenever the cover is installed on the vehicle, it is imperative that the fit of the cover to the vehicle is completely inspected and that the fit is correct to the vehicle. After all of the instructions that accompany the cover have been followed, the fit should be tested for leakage or any possible air entrance, which could cause drag and negate the increased gas mileage from the installation of the Bestop cover.
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