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Old 01-27-2014, 11:54 PM   #1
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Request Lj's w/ spidershade and/or safari straps

Request Lj's w/ spidershade and/or safari straps
I'm looking to maybe do them together Thanks.....

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Old 01-28-2014, 07:35 AM   #2
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The spiderweb fits in a way that unless you are over it or making pics from inside it, it is hard to see. It's one of my favorite additions and works great at keeping you in the shade without feeling closed in.

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Old 02-03-2014, 08:49 AM   #3
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Bump.....

Would love to see more if out there.
I'm looking to do a full spidershade and side safari straps (keep the dog and gear in.
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Old 02-03-2014, 10:11 AM   #4
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The spiderweb fits in a way that unless you are over it or making pics from inside it, it is hard to see. It's one of my favorite additions and works great at keeping you in the shade without feeling closed in.

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Old 02-03-2014, 06:08 PM   #5
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The Motion-Tek strap system is designed to fit inside the soft and hard tops. The soft top can be raised and lowered without taking it off. It also fits below the safari top.
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:53 PM   #6
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Old 02-04-2014, 05:06 PM   #7
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Not an lj but the cargo net is made for an lj as well as tj for about 10 dollars more. Its an aspen mfg cargo net here: http://m.allthingsjeep.com/jeep-storage-nets.html
While i have a besttop safari top i think ill be getting a spidershade as soon as its warm enough due to it being able to stay on with top or no top where as my safari has to be either or.

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Old 02-19-2014, 10:02 PM   #8
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2 piece Spider web shade

Bought my spider web shade last summer and love it so far, makes a big difference in temperature.
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Old 02-21-2014, 12:48 AM   #9
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I've been thinking about trying to come up with some type of net system.
I am going to try to do the Rubicon this summer and I want something that will keep all my junk/camping gear from falling out but yet still allow decent airflow.

I can't see paying almost $300 for a net... but I do like the Motion-Tek net.

I really like the Smittybuilt that looks like a top with squares cut into it. I want something that will either work with my top or mount completely on the roll bars as to not interfere with the top.

I wonder how a person would cut squares into a top but yet keep them from tearing.... any ideas ?

I have a Softopper and I know I can buy the sides/back without windows (solid panels)... wonder if I could cut holes into it without it tearing or ripping.... would be an expensive experiment but if it worked it would be GREAT.

Like this but use Softopper's sides/rear panel so it would attach to my current Softopper top.




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I've been thinking about trying to come up with some type of net system.
I am going to try to do the Rubicon this summer and I want something that will keep all my junk/camping gear from falling out but yet still allow decent airflow.

I can't see paying almost $300 for a net... but I do like the Motion-Tek net.

I really like the Smittybuilt that looks like a top with squares cut into it. I want something that will either work with my top or mount completely on the roll bars as to not interfere with the top.

I wonder how a person would cut squares into a top but yet keep them from tearing.... any ideas ?

I have a Softopper and I know I can buy the sides/back without windows (solid panels)... wonder if I could cut holes into it without it tearing or ripping.... would be an expensive experiment but if it worked it would be GREAT.

Like this but use Softopper's sides/rear panel so it would attach to my current Softopper top.

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Email softopper about making a prototype one....that's how I ended up with an LJ Softopper. Got them to make on for the LJ that used Jeeps door surrounds. Would be cool.....

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