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Old 09-06-2013, 01:46 PM
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Wind control for back seat JKU

With the nights getting cooler, I am looking for something to control the wind in the back seat of my 4 door wrangler when the top is down. The kids start to complain that its too cold/windy in the back seat, while the front seat is perfect. I tried to explain to the kids, It's a Jeep thing, but that didn't fly.

I was looking at something like a Spidershade and Windstopper. Has anyone had any luck with this?
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Same with me...any luck?

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I was surprised how much wind my longer Spidershade blocked out vs. my shorter one. People have mentioned rear seat passenger headroom but it your passengers are kids no worries. I just sat in the back of my JK with no issues.
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great - thanks...I'll look into it.
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I was surprised how much wind my longer Spidershade blocked out vs. my shorter one. People have mentioned rear seat passenger headroom but it your passengers are kids no worries. I just sat in the back of my JK with no issues.
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Pick up a duster to put behind the rear seat, a lot of the wind is curving around and coming in from behind. Pavement Ends sells them along with others.

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