A. Yes, the TopLift Pro should not interfere with a Spiderweb sun shade because the lift is applied to the very rear, underside of the top.
A. Yes, the TopLift Pro works with two-door and four-door Jeeps.
A. Yes, our hardtop hoist is fully adjustable in two separate areas for maximum usage with suspension wheel combinations on lifted jeeps.
A. Yes, we have a 1-year bumper-to-bumper warranty.
A: Yes, after removing your top you will be able to roll the entire unit into your garage – no problem. You may even lower to approximately 69 inches in stock position for clearance. Then raising to OVER 84 inches and higher for Jeep hardtop storage height.
A. No problem – our casters are designed for ease of rolling about, even on paver driveways.
A: Hand crank style winches should NOT be used. They tend to bind and drop your top, which can result in cracking an edge or a corner rendering. Depending on damage, you may have to pay for an expensive new top since they are composite fabricated.
A. Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The coating is typically applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a “skin.” It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint and thicker. It protects against the elements much better.
A. Yes, absolutely! This Jeep top lift device is engineered to hold your hardtop in a way that is very safe and secure without being easily tipped over, even when you are moving it about.
A. Yes, if you have the bag or if not, place a cloth or blanket atop your hardtop rear section and place the Freedom Panels upside down for a very safe secure location for storage.
A. No, our device does not require any straps, bars, hooks, or clips to hold the roof in place upon exterior since it is made to NOT impede on any of the cosmetics of your hardtop.
A. Yes, this is a portable lift! Many folks travel with theirs simply by keeping it assembled, mounting it atop a basket system that is then mounted into the receiver hitch, and then using two straps to hold it in place while traveling.
A. Yes, we have two casters that have a very strong brake system that locks it into place.
A. Yes, it will not impede on the sound material or insulating materials.
A: It typically takes 30-40 minutes to remove your hardtop with a hoist system. Ours takes 2 minutes. One less thing holding you back from your next adventure.
A. Yes, it typically takes an average person about 1 to 1.5 hours to put it together, taking your time.