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Anyone use the spiderweb shade JKini? I am thinking about scooping one up. Last time we went wheeling with the top down we got sun burned and it was February here in AZ..lol

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I highly recommend one. Mine stays on 24/7--365


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I love mine... Great product and great folks to deal with.

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Though I have the Full Top rather than the JKini....I love it and my dogs love it too.....

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It really is one of my favorite addons.. I dig it not so much for keeping it cooler and from not being blow torched by the Florida sun, but as proved again by a recent wheeling trip it keeps all the leaves, branches and bugs from falling on me when lumbering through tight trails, keeps the flinging mud off me as well... this isnt gonna be much of an issue for you in AZ..lol

Get one, you wont regret it..

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I'm getting ready to order one myself. Do you recommend the trailmesh or the ultramesh? We go through a lot of brush, but really need the shade at 10,000 ft elevation.

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i like that looks like it would be really nice in the summer ! i need one
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post #9 of 16 Old 03-05-2011, 12:37 AM
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I just ordered the full size spiderwebshade. Can't wait for it to get here...
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I'm getting ready to order one myself. Do you recommend the trailmesh or the ultramesh? We go through a lot of brush, but really need the shade at 10,000 ft elevation.
Both are excellent material for UV protection, the biggest difference is the trailmesh is a slightly thicker and less elastic material compared to the Ultramesh. This in turn makes the Trailmesh susceptible to wrinkles if not properly stretched and anchored. The Ultramesh on the other hand is highly elastic and therefore is more forgiving in it's anchor points and is virtually wrinkle free after installation.

Hope this helps....Either version is great and you won't be disappointed either way you go.... However I don't believe the JKini is available in the Ultramesh.


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SOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo if you have no A/C this will help? I am going to get one. I made a funny!!!!


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Both are excellent material for UV protection, the biggest difference is the trailmesh is a slightly thicker and less elastic material compared to the Ultramesh. This in turn makes the Trailmesh susceptible to wrinkles if not properly stretched and anchored. The Ultramesh on the other hand is highly elastic and therefore is more forgiving in it's anchor points and is virtually wrinkle free after installation.

Hope this helps....Either version is great and you won't be disappointed either way you go.... However I don't believe the JKini is available in the Ultramesh.
WOW.....
I was GOING to step in and answer the question but Loki answered it EXACTLY the way I would have... probably better....

Do you sell these or something?

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WOW.....
I was GOING to step in and answer the question but Loki answered it EXACTLY the way I would have... probably better....

Do you sell these or something?
Nope, just believe in a great product and a great company ..


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Probably the best mod I've done to my JK. Great product from a great company.


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Just yesterday I got the full size for my 4dr and I love it! I would highly recomend it.
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Agreed, finally switched over to the soft top yesterday and got the spiderweb shade on. I like it alot.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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