Work in progress. I am downloading some pics as I go!
Inspection of the parts complete: Unlimited Front Cage/ - Optional - Floor Mount/Rear Streamer
- They packed it like they were saving a kidney for a transplant. No scratches on heavy steel.
- The parts are welded very well in every area of both flat and tube.
- The material is heavy duty! Much thicker steel than it appears in pictures.
NOTE: The template for drilling is metal. I found it in the box after reading the instructions thinking this was a paper template!!!
The hole on the left in this picture is the bottom hole. The template can be put on upside down.
You really need to have a Torx socket set for the Jeep. It makes taking off the torx bolts so much faster.
Top off -I use my swing hooks/ratchet straps in the ceiling to take off the hard top. It is easy to do by yourself and it's cheap. Note: I alway put the heavy ratchets in the front...something about that big piece of glass in the back makes me do it that way!
Then I put it on my trailer to get it out of the garage. I just lifted it on my shoulders and let it down on the trailer in the garage. My wife unhooked the front standing in the trailer. The "old" pillows makes sure it doesn't get scratched. Well, scratched more than the trail pinstripes it already has on it.
Directions so far are going very well. Pictures in the instructions are pretty clear.
Take off sunvisors. Take of plastic covers. Take off padding and cloth covers.
Since I had to drop the windshield I took it out for a short trip. 35 degrees short trip
Looks very different this way.