JL Wrangler Hardtop RemovalLast Updated December 30, 2021 | Andrew Boyle
Perhaps one of the best things about the Jeep Wrangler is the removable hardtop. For the JL Wrangler, the Freedom top is slightly different than the JK Wrangler. Removing the JL Wrangler top might sound difficult, but we’re here to help. All you need is the included Jeep toolkit to get started and an additional person to help you lift the top off. This guide from CJ’s will show you the step-by-step instructions on the entire JL Wrangler hardtop removal process. Within a matter of minutes, you’ll be ready for your off-roading excursion!
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While removing your Jeep Wrangler hardtop may seem like a strenuous task, knowing how to properly take your Wrangler top off can help make the process much more efficient. If you’re trying to get your JK Wrangler ready for summer, there’s no need to fret over how to remove your Wrangler’s hardtop. All you need is a Jeeper friend and a few tools to get you started on removing your Wrangler hardtop!
So you’ve got the Jeep all packed up and ready to go on the trail, you just need to do one more thing before you head out: Remove your doors! If you’re driving a JL Wrangler, then you’re in luck. Removing JL Wrangler doors is a relatively easy and simple task. Within just a few minutes, you’ll have the doors off your Jeep, and you’ll be cruising down the trail in no time.