Do It Yourself Jeep Hardtop Hoist


This is a simple hard top hoist I made for my 05 LJ hard top

13 Responses to “Do It Yourself Jeep Hardtop Hoist”

  1. TheFred1952  on January 17th, 2012

    that was a good idea but like hadd13 said pulleys instead of the eye bolts

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  2. hadd13  on January 17th, 2012

    add the pulleys instead of the ceiling eyelets and that will help a great deal awesome Idea I think I will try it myself

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  3. forloop5150  on January 17th, 2012

    very cool, thanks for posting

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  4. devster65  on January 17th, 2012

    dude…Way to use your head for something other than hat rack. well done !!! I will implement your idea immediately. Thanks again. 04′ RUBICON (stock)

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  5. EkspatVos  on January 17th, 2012

    Thanks a stack for sharing this brilliant idea. Happy driving :-)

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  6. TheMeisterize  on January 17th, 2012

    Nice with the ratchet strap

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  7. m16police  on January 17th, 2012

    man the weather looks awesome!!! nice video!

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  8. CnRDirt  on January 17th, 2012

    I wish a had an LJ

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  9. turtle6990  on January 17th, 2012

    Nice job thinking about making something like this for mine so i can paint it thanks for the idea.

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  10. stilettogrrrl  on January 17th, 2012

    I just watched your video and thought I would share mine with you. I could not figure out how to link mine to yours so please go to stilettogrrrl and view my jeep top removal there.

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  11. fulcherjl  on January 17th, 2012

    Well Done. Ive been looking for a non motorized way to do this.

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  12. uncleben03  on January 17th, 2012

    Good idea, you think clothsline pulley would handle the weight?

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  13. danbaird100  on January 17th, 2012

    Great idea. Those tops aren’t so fun to remove even with 2 people.
    If you add some clothesline pulleys to all of your eyes you would do away with the resistance and binding that rope would undergo and that top would lift much easier. The rope would be spread out over a larger area of the pulley instead of a single point of an eye. Your rope would last longer this way too. Use your existing eyes and use some threaded chain/cable links to attach them.
    Nice set up though!

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