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I have gotten pretty quick at taking on and off (it rains on a sunny days here in FL). Having owned some Jeeps with Freedom Panels - The hummer panels ARE SO MUCH LIGHTER. Way easier to lock into place. And I LOVE that the bags are NOT made by some Italian tailor. There is plenty of room to easily place the panel in and zip it up. I also love how the designers thought to position in the hump in the Frunk to easily stack the roof panels. Honestly it's all around brilliant design in my opinion. 4 half doors with 4 t-tops. Though my I-beam did leak like a sieve. The dealer just swapped it out for the re-designed one and its now water tight.
 

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It leaked? did you have an early build? I wonder if mine has the updated I-Beam? September Build.
Also I bought the sky panel boxes, super secure, a little bulky but very secure!
On 5/17 I got my build complete email, so that seems like an early build. I do know the I-beam leaking is a known issue, talked about on this forum, that is being fixed under the "Customer Satisfaction Program". They overnighted the redesigned part to the dealership once I brought it up. So they are re-acting quite quickly to issues.
 

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The water used to pour on us like an open faucet when you went around turns after a rain. So I took my I-beam off to see if the dealership had installed it backwards. It's pretty clear which side was front and it was indeed correct...So I tightened it WAY down to see if that helped before asking for a replacement. One morning when I found my cup holders and phone charging area filled with water, I had had enough. Since the replacement I-beam - NO LEAKS.
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