JL JOURNAL : DIY Homemade Hardtop Hoist on a BUDGET

More than its weight, and it does weigh quite a bit, the biggest reason why most people never remove the hard top on their Jeep JL Wrangler is because of its big bulky size. Even if you could manage to remove it on your own, it’d be crazy awkward to handle and then there’s the question of, where do you put it once it’s off? If you’re lucky enough to live in a home that has a garage and one that’s big enough for you to park your Jeep in, hanging your hard top from the ceiling is gonna be your best bet. Unfortunately, most of the aftermarket hoist systems available today are pretty pricey. So, what do you do when you want to open up your Jeep but don’t want to spend a ton of money? Well, for about $25, you can make your own hard top hoist and this episode of the JL JOURNAL will show you how.

What You Will Need:
(6) Screw Eyes
2×4 – Wood
(4) Tie-Down Straps
Drill Bit
Screw Driver
Stud Finder
Tape Measure

I hope you find this video to be helpful and please let me know if you have any questions.

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