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Thread: Ursa Minor Pop-Top Jeep JK

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    Default Ursa Minor Pop-Top Jeep JK

    I thought I'd post some pics specifically under this title for those interested in a tent top for their JK, and they would not have looked at the other thread where I posted these pics. I looked at the Habitat and rooftop tent, but decided to go with the Ursa Minor J30 top...Here are some pics from my trip home from picking it up in San Diego.












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    Do you have any interior pics?

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    That's gorgeous! happy0034.gif

    I think this company builds really good conversions, which look almost OE.

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    Looks nice, would also like interior pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chicken corners View Post
    Looks nice, would also like interior pictures.
    X2!

    Is access through the inside of the Jeep? Or by ladder from the outside?

    Very nice rig!

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    Thanks for the new thread.

    Can you give us details on the sleeping area please?
    How big is it?
    How thick/comfortable is the mattress?
    Can you leave pillows and bedding up there when the roof is"down"?

    Anything else you'd like to add?

    Thanks,
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    Thanks for posting these. I wasn't sure there was even a unit that was in the field besides the one on the UMV JKU. Please do post more interior pics plus some reports on ease of entry and putting the hatch in place, raising/lowering top, etc. That's the really important stuff we want to know more about. Looks really nice!!!
    Last edited by kb7our; 08-02-2012 at 03:23 AM.
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    These are the two independant hatches - sorry I could'nt rotate the pic...



    Here is one side removed.



    The release for the back is in the top at the back luggage compartment



    Up front, above the driver/passenger is a accessory plug, and the switch for turning on power to the top interior lights


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    The interior is enough for two adults, and I think my dog would fit as well. Length is reported at 7 feet, but I have not measured. Of note, the canvas is a little more taught than in the picture, but I had not extended it all the way when I took the picture.



    Shot toward the window/headspace - again not rotated



    There are two LED lights - one for each sleeper - on flexible metal tubes, and one center interior light. They clip up out of the way when not in use.



    Both sides unzip to the center with bug mesh, or you can completely unzip each side so you could climb out this way, let in more breeze/enjoy the weather, or grab something off a shelf/tray mounted on the back.

    Last edited by cobblecrazy; 08-02-2012 at 04:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecy View Post
    Thanks for the new thread.

    Can you give us details on the sleeping area please?
    How big is it?
    How thick/comfortable is the mattress?
    Can you leave pillows and bedding up there when the roof is"down"?

    Anything else you'd like to add?

    Thanks,
    -Dan
    I have some lightweight down bags that crush pretty small. I would keep them toward the center as to not interfere with the canvas as it comes down. I would think a down pillow might also work, but, again, placed as to not interfere with the canvas.

    The pads were good, and I slept fine, but I put down a lightweight backpacker inflatable mattress with a small amount of air, and it was close to my bed at home.

    As I put in the other post, two adults would be fine. The addition of my dog might cramp it a little, but still would work.

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