CPCA cargo cover?

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Has here have any experience with a CPCA cargo cover?
It's GPCA.

I have the Pro cover for my JLU. I'm not thrilled with it. It does it's job but no matter what I do, I can't get it to fit 100%. If you look at the pictures on their web site, you can see the cover sitting nice and flat around the base of the roll bar. Mine doesn't. I've adjusted the straps, repositioned the brackets - nothing works to get it to to sit properly. Mine also sags at the very back near the tailgate. I haven't found anything similar that works with a hardtop, so I just learned to live with it.
 
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I really wanted something more secure anyway. I have been considering making something myself. Last night after more research I found this https://jftops.com/. Seems a bit steep but honestly I think by time I would make and paint it id want a good buck for it too. I like it because its secure and simple and looks to be simple to install, remove and will store easily. I'd prefer if it were made out of aluminum which is what I had planned to make it out of, this one is plywood but I think thats probably good enough. Fit seems nice and tight.
 

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It's GPCA.

I have the Pro cover for my JLU. I'm not thrilled with it. It does it's job but no matter what I do, I can't get it to fit 100%. If you look at the pictures on their web site, you can see the cover sitting nice and flat around the base of the roll bar. Mine doesn't. I've adjusted the straps, repositioned the brackets - nothing works to get it to to sit properly. Mine also sags at the very back near the tailgate. I haven't found anything similar that works with a hardtop, so I just learned to live with it.
I have the same experience with it. But I have the One-Touch roof so I don't ever see it with the top fully removed. Also have a shelf above it, so it's basically the most affordable option for me to keep prying eyes away from the gear I keep in the back.
 

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I have the same experience with it. But I have the One-Touch roof so I don't ever see it with the top fully removed.
I have a hard top which is never removed. The GPCA cover was the only thing I could find that works with the hard top. I also mainly wanted it to keep prying eyes from seeing what’s in back.
 
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I have a hard top which is never removed. The GPCA cover was the only thing I could find that works with the hard top. I also mainly wanted it to keep prying eyes from seeing what’s in back.
The JFtop works with a hardtop
 

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The JFtop works with a hardtop
Thanks. I don't need that much security with a hard top. Plus, I think it's overpriced for what it is.
 
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Thanks. I don't need that much security with a hard top. Plus, I think it's overpriced for what it is.
I agree to a point. I was looking into making something similar by myself. I think that the amount of time it would take to make something that fits that well I would have spent enough time to justify the cost. On the other hand I thing that they could lower the price and make it up on volume. I'm still debating making my own.
 

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It's GPCA.

I have the Pro cover for my JLU. I'm not thrilled with it. It does it's job but no matter what I do, I can't get it to fit 100%. If you look at the pictures on their web site, you can see the cover sitting nice and flat around the base of the roll bar. Mine doesn't. I've adjusted the straps, repositioned the brackets - nothing works to get it to to sit properly. Mine also sags at the very back near the tailgate. I haven't found anything similar that works with a hardtop, so I just learned to live with it.
Same here, I'm not thrilled with it at all. In fact, I hate it and stopped using it. I too could never get it to fit perfectly without sagging.
 
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Good to know, I guess this ones off the list.
 

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