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JK Straps Your Thoughts or Reviews

Safari Straps warrior, Reg Safari Straps, or Raingler in that order
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post #2 of 65 Old 01-22-2010, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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Or Aspen Mfg Jeep Cargo net
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The Nack?

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I love my Safari Straps 1" (am considering going up to the Warrior line....they just look so darn cool). They are strong as anything, the alignment is straight and neat, you can strap stuff to it on the outside, and it will fit with either you hard or soft top on. I even hang my cb mic off it.

Plus, you just don't find better people or better service than Safari Straps. They not only take care of their customers, but donate proceeds from their sales to charities and trail organizations. One call or pm to them and I think you'll be sold.

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Got it...Or the Nack...
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1. '09 Rubicon Unlimited White 6 speed with my Gig
2. DayStar 2.0 spacer kit
3. Jeep Slush Mats/Weathertech Cargo liner
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5. Windshield PIIA lights with KC bracket
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7. Bracktron mount on dash for (IPOD/Phone)
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Thanks for the feed back Chris Hansen... im leaning towards the warrior and its nice that it helps a good cause.


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1. '09 Rubicon Unlimited White 6 speed with my Gig
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7. Bracktron mount on dash for (IPOD/Phone)
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Here are my Safari Warrior straps. Can only attest to the fact they are awesome people to deal with. Just put them on last weekend. Love the way they look. Unfortunately I had to put the hard top over them.

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regualar safari straps is my fav and the nack is my least fav you cant see for crap outside of them


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Links to all 3 companies

http://www.safaristraps.com
http://www.raingler.com
http://www.cop4x4.com/cargonack.shtml


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Nice Jaws! I was a little worried that they were a little thick from the Website but I'm sold on the warriors now Thanks


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5. Windshield PIIA lights with KC bracket
6. Jeep Splash Guards (For Salt on Roads)
7. Bracktron mount on dash for (IPOD/Phone)
8. JK 3M Thinsulate Acoustic Insulation Kit

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Warrior straps look great ! Those are on the short list for this spring.

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I went with Raingler for my cargo net behind the front seats. Only had it on for a couple months but so far I really like it.
I have not seen the others in person so realy can not compare. I just went off of information from websites and information from others on this and other jeep forums.

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Safari Straps. They are wonderful people and make a great product.

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I had the Raingler on my TJ for about 6 years and they are VERY durable. Loved them.

Saw the Safari Straps in person and they also look like a good product, just no personal long term experience with them.

Not sure what to think about the others. It is a fine balance between keeping the dogs inside and being able to see out the back. Too thick and they get in the way more than they are helpful.

Here are the Raingler.com ones on my JK now.









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Nice pics Xremjeepn... much better than the website.


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With the Raingler ones, it appears there isn't anything holding them to the back side of the roll bar on the side nets. I want them to keep the dog in, and I fear he could get out there. The Safari Straps have some mounts in that spot.

Do you find it's an issue with the Rangler nets?
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I like the idea of parking topless and somewhat keep people from reaching in and grabbing gear... and also blocking some of the UV rays and the fact that they look cool and comando-ish.


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I have the safari straps long ones and they are one of the best nods and worth every penny








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I like the warrior... that Nack thing is horrible

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i like these, but what is the purpose of them
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I like the safari straps warrior straps (2" thick) they look sweet, ill be getting a set by the spring time to keep my dog in while the tops off

the nack is too thick and crazy expensive....and that picture was probably not the best to post for an example
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I have the warrior. The Safari Strap customer service is top notch and so is their product..

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Nice pics Xremjeepn... much better than the website.

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With the Raingler ones, it appears there isn't anything holding them to the back side of the roll bar on the side nets. I want them to keep the dog in, and I fear he could get out there.

Do you find it's an issue with the Rangler nets?

They do connect at the back side of the side nets.

Here is the picture of them off the Jeep. There are 4 points of connection on the rear corners.




I had the Raingler ones on my TJ for a LONG time and they hold up awesome and do a pretty good job at keeping the dogs in. I think they are the only ones offering a lifetime warranty?! Something to do with the grade of material used over the other brands. Not totally sure, but check it out.

Here they were on the TJ. (not the best shot of the nets, but I'm sure with some looking you will see them.)


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