Softops on the Jeep TJ have come a long way from the old snap days of the CJs – now they use channels that lock into place and keep water, wind and road noise out (for the most part). At Jeep Wrangler Parts we put alot of effort into reviewing Jeep TJ tops so that you don’t need to worry that you’re making a bad purchase.
Softops – The Jeep Wrangler TJ top (both factory and aftermarket) has come a long way from the old days of snaps. A TJ’s softop using channels that lock your top into place and keeps the top and windows tight. You can get your top with tinted or non tinted windows. Softops are great when you want the convince of taking the top off whenever (and wherever) you’d like.
Hardtops are a great choice if you want to keep your valuables safe, and maintain a comfortable temperature inside your Jeep. They’ll keep the road noise out, and make talking to your passengers easier. Just make sure that you have plenty of room to store the top when you aren’t using it, as well as some strong help to remove and install it (you could also use a hoist).