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Old 03-06-2012, 11:22 PM   #1
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Anyone have an opinion on a good Jeep cover??

A couple of threads reference this subject, had really no good responses.
I live in Arizona and I need a full cover for UV protection. i was thinking along the lines of Smittybilt, Rampage, or the oem Mopar...etc.

Any opinions needed
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I picked up a Smitty Built cab cover a while back. Super tough with canvas on one side and soft cloth on the other.

If you want a full cover, I'l look @ theirs. If it's made the same way, it should be pretty good.

Don't know where you are in Arizona, but here in Tucson there's a 4 Wheel Parts store in town that sells them.

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You can go the organic route and cover it in mud.....
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You can go the organic route and cover it in mud.....
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You can go the organic route and cover it in mud.....
I like this choice best
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lol ah the jeep humor ...
i am in Phoenix but i dont consider Tuscon to be that far at all. good reason to go drive my Jeep when it gets in.
I really AM liking the Smitty.
Is yours a good fit and finish? how does your cab cover fair in protecting against our wonderful dust storms?
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lol ah the jeep humor ...
i am in Phoenix but i dont consider Tuscon to be that far at all. good reason to go drive my Jeep when it gets in.
I really AM liking the Smitty.
Is yours a good fit and finish? how does your cab cover fair in protecting against our wonderful dust storms?
It fits very well, hooks all over the place and no dust in the cab (25-30 MPH winds a couple of days ago). Like I said, I just have the cab cover so I can't speak for the full cover.



I'm not trying to push the 4 Wheel Parts store, but see there are 2 in the valley area:
  • 420 S.Country Club Dr. Mesa, AZ 85210
  • 2202 S. 7th St. Suite A Phoenix, AZ 85034
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Old 03-10-2012, 01:41 PM   #8
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Nice. i actually wasnt going to consider the cab cover, but after thinking about it and hearing that it serves you well, it might be usefull when i am parked at work all evening when the dust storms usually roll in. i see myself getting both, using the full one when at home.
I will look at those stores and see if they have em in stock or if i have to order.
thanks much!

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