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No sags in the soft top in heavy snow (where you live). I would go for the hard top. You can insulate it and make it even quieter. Insulation helps keep the heat off your head in the summer too. If noise is a concern, insulation like a cattle mat on the floor will help cut down on noise too.I have a hard top on my M35A2C and was wondering if a soft top is quieter in the cab while driving? What are the pro's and con's? ( I keep my truck stored under a RV shed )
Riding around in my buddy's soft top is pretty roudy in the noise department. The enclosed nature of a hard top.must be quieter.I have a hard top on my M35A2C and was wondering if a soft top is quieter in the cab while driving? What are the pro's and con's? ( I keep my truck stored under a RV shed )
My A3 appears to have an insulated soft top, so it helps keep the heat in the cab on colder days. I'll oil up the top components one day and run the truck with the windshield down like my dad's WW2 jeep!Hard top may be a bit quieter. But really not a substantial difference. If that's your selection criterion it's pretty much a wash.
I like a soft top and the ability to (reasonably easily) remove it and run topless.
In your climate, I'd choose a hardtop.
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