JL4D CRAWL MAGAZINE
The JL4D CRAWL MAGAZINE We are thrilled to introduce our new PATENT PENDING shade for the JL Wrangler Unlimited, the JL4D.
The JL4D CRAWL MAGAZINE
We are thrilled to introduce our new PATENT PENDING shade for the JL Wrangler Unlimited, the JL4D. The JL4D is the top choice for Jeep owners world-wide who are looking for a one-piece top to cover front and back seat riders. Our innovative new design seamlessly integrates with the modern styling of your new JL Wrangler Unlimited. Once installed the JL4D never needs to be removed and works perfectly with your Hard or Soft top JL Wrangler.
10 YEAR WARRANTY
JLU 4 Door (2018-Current)
After comparing many different sunshades for the JLU Rubicon, the one from Spiderwebshade in our opinion turned out to be by far the best. Installing the included mounts with the original screws at the sportsbar only takes minutes. After that hooking the rubbers to the mounts results in a much cleaner look and better tension compared to others using toggles or similar stuff. The quality of the material seems very good and durable. Shade is perfect and still you keep that airy open feeling in the car. People say, it also reduces wind inside the car. Since ours at the moment doesn't have any windows or doors, we cannot tell... ;-) You easily find cheaper products with the competition. Finding something equal or even better might be difficult. Even ordering from the US, delivery to Europe incl. customs happened surprisingly quick and without any issues.
This is an excellent sun/wind screen. I installed one on my wife's Sahara soft top and it is excellent for her, with easy access to the locks. On my hard top, putting the freedom panels on and off takes a bit of fancy finger work, and is a hassle for that span of season where I need the hardtop on the jeep. With it off... groovy as all get out. 4.5/5 stars for that, but we don't get 1/2 star options.
Easy to install, looks good, blocks the sun! Best choice I’ve made with my jeep so far absolutely love it! Soooo easy to install… even after a 70hr work week