Good looking Jeep! The window bag has pictograph instructions for getting them to fit just right. I think it's passenger side, driver's side, then back.Hi Arrowhead-
This is great!!
I think your post is a great idea...
I couldn't afford a Rubicon, or a Sahara, and trying to find parts for a new 2 door is not as easy as everyone things...
A special page to help all of us is awesome. I will have to keep this page as a Favorite!!
I myself just purchased a new 2020 JL 2 Door Firecracker Red, 6 speed manual and am coming around to it...
Honestly, i had a 2018 JK, then traded it in for a 2017 4 door JKU with half doors, but had issues so FCA bought it back and i got the 2020 JL.
I have some issues with it- more user issues, but its still a Jeep,,, Im happy.
Here are a few pics.
I have upgraded the radio to the 7" radio, added a set of rails and working towards a lift and new wheels/tires at some point.
Thanks again for the page and hope to learn as much as i can from everyone.
One quick question,, regarding the soft top users- What do people do with their windows when they take them off?
Leaving them at home is not an answer, I am not at home when i take them off..
I do have the Mopar window bag, but it is more of a pain to get them in.. Unless there is a trick to putting them in??
Any help would be AMAZINGLY appreciated.
Chris.....we have the Mopar window bag and use it often. Make sure it is laid out flat and take your time getting the plastic corners in their appropriate curved sections. Once they are in correctly it zips up pretty easily. Then we hang it over the front seat headrests. The curved corners face to the back. You have to follow the order on the bag and again take your time. Taking your time is the hard part.........I am usually ready to get the top down and hit the road! Good luck and enjoy your Jeep!