2 seater JLs - the good, bad, and ugly bikinis

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These Spiderwebshades are an interesting option used with the OE soft top.
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I would highly recommend JTops. Made in the USA, even better in Texas. They use a buckle system and don't sag or anything. I had a spider wed shade over the front 2 seats, and was disappointed of the sagging after about 6 months. Decided to go to with the Jtop that covered the back seat too, and absolutely loved it. The buckle system Keeps it nice and tight. Since I went the soft top, my Jtop has since moved to greener pastures.
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These Spiderwebshades are an interesting option used with the OE soft top.
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I had this exact shade on my 2-door and loved it. I kept it on with the soft top up.
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I used the Tuffy Tailgate box in my 2-door and it worked well. I have the Slipstream now and highly recommend it.
 
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I would highly recommend JTops. Made in the USA, even better in Texas. They use a buckle system and don't sag or anything. I had a spider wed shade over the front 2 seats, and was disappointed of the sagging after about 6 months. Decided to go to with the Jtop that covered the back seat too, and absolutely loved it. The buckle system Keeps it nice and tight. Since I went the soft top, my Jtop has since moved to greener pastures.
https://www.jtopsusa.com/
I'll definitely check it out!!
 
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I had this exact shade on my 2-door and loved it. I kept it on with the soft top up.
IMG_7057-X3.jpg


I used the Tuffy Tailgate box in my 2-door and it worked well. I have the Slipstream now and highly recommend it.
Yeah...the Slipstream seems pretty decent.
 
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Trying hard to not be a negative dude, but $500 for a plastic bed cover?! You could buy a little wire welder, sheet metal and angle iron for less than $200 and build your own out of steel. That's my plan anyway. Well, I already have a couple of welders and a little angle left over from another job.
 

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