Bikini Top, Traditional
Requires 51209-01 channel


Classic, old-school styling using modern materials. A Traditional Bikini covers the front seats and has two tie-down straps that hook up to footman loops at either rear corner of the body tub. Very retro, and it gets the job done.

  • Requires 51209-01 header channel.
  • Attach to windshield header and to footman loops in rear body tub.
  • Premium fabric maintains its shape in any temperature, is mildew-resistant, resists UV fading.
  • High strength thread at all stress points ensures durable Bikini top construction.
  • Industrial-grade webbing helps minimize flapping.
  • Optional Mesh material is tear-resistant yet allows unobstructed air flow (selected models).

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CJ 7 Bikini

I would recommend this top . It's the only top I have for my CJ. Small enough to fold up or roll up and stow away, and then pull it and pop it on when needed. Rain or Sun. I already had the channels for the windshield so installation is a breeze. The tie down straps allow for a good tight fit, so no flopping iwhile driving down the road. As I said, it's the only top I have so ti gets used a lot, and taken on and put back on. It makes a huge difference regardless of climate condition prompting you to install. The only negative I have is that they do not have a duster or tonneau cover for 77 model to go along with it.

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