Looks like BobBart confirms it...yeah, basically the Spiderweb is a screen tarp...so if the roll cage is just as wide as the TJ cage and you have a footman loop in the middle of the windshield by the rear view mirror to bungee the center of the shade down in front, you should be fine.
I just got mine today (SW1) and it was extremely easy to install...didn't take long at all. I'll put it to the real test tomorrow when I drive it during the day...it definitely helps lower the amount of wind entering my Jeep, but with the doors off, that is kind of a minor detail...lol
Quality is real nice as well...doesn't feel like it's going to rip if you look at it the wrong way. If you wanna contact em and make sure it'll fit good on the YJ's here's the number in the little thank you letter I received for purchasing it.
"We don't build great brakes because we think you don't know how to drive, we build them for the guy on the road in front of you that doesn't." - Black Magic Brakes
alright cool, well i'm not getting one any time soon i just wanted to know because when it's really hot i hate the sun but i also hate a top being on
Then you will love a spiderweb! You can make one pretty easy too. If you have access to a sewing machine. It's just fiberglass screen and grommets. I made rear window screens and a longer one to come all the way down the back to cut down the wind on my kids... You can get the bungies at wally's.
Alright! Well IG i am not skilled with the sewing machine, never even touched one. But I do think when i looked at their website i saw a full package with the extra long one and back seat window area covers so if I'm buying this already might aswell save up a little extra loot and get the full package.