Freedom Top™ Storage Bag

Vehicles equipped with a Freedom Top™ Modular Hard Top, come with a Freedom Top™ storage bag that allows you to store your Freedom Top™ panels. The storage bag contains two compartments and fits behind the rear seat.

Lay the Freedom bag down so the loops and hooks are facing downward. Unzip the bag and fold back the outer flap. Release the Velcro on the black panel divider and fold it back.

NOTE: Ensure the front Freedom Top™ panel latch is closed prior to inserting the panel into the Freedom bag.

Insert the right side Freedom panel into the bag with the latches facing downward.

Unfold the black panel divider (ensure the divider is laying flat). Secure the

Unfold the black panel divider (ensure the divider is laying flat). Secure the Velcro, located at the center of the divider.

Insert the left-side Freedom panel into the bag with the latches facing upward.

Insert the left-side Freedom panel into the bag with the latches facing upward.

NOTE: Ensure the front Freedom panel latch is closed prior to inserting the panel into the bag.

Unfold the outer flap and zip the Freedom bag closed.

Unfold the outer flap and zip the Freedom bag closed.

Install the seat attachment strap (at the top of the bag) through the loops.

Install the seat attachment strap (at the top of the bag) through the loops.

Lift the Freedom bag into the vehicle with the hooks and straps facing the back

Lift the Freedom bag into the vehicle with the hooks and straps facing the back of the rear seat. Attach the clips at the bottom of the bag to the child restraint anchorages, located at the base of the rear seat.

Wrap the upper strap around the rear head restraints and loop the strap through

Wrap the upper strap around the rear head restraints and loop the strap through the buckle. Pull on the strap to tighten the Freedom bag securely against the rear seat.

Front Panel(s) Installation

    See also:

    Roof Luggage Rack — If Equipped
    NOTE: Roof rack and crossbars cannot be used on vehicles equipped with Skyslider . The load carried on the roof, when equipped with a luggage rack, must not exceed 150 lbs (68 kg), and it shoul ...

    Crossing Logs
    To cross a log, approach it at a slight angle (approximately 10 to 15 degrees). This allows one front tire to be on top of the log while the other just starts to climb the log. While climbing the ...

    On-Road Driving Tips
    Utility vehicles have higher ground clearance and a narrower track to make them capable of performing in a wide variety of off-road applications. Specific design characteristics give them a high ...