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Old 08-24-2015, 11:13 PM
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Diabolicalinc Slipstream rear security enclosure

I purchased the Diabolicalinc.com Slipstream after enjoying the quality of the Diabolicalinc.com lockable storage box. The Slipstream is a rear security enclosure with a sleek look and smooth lines. In my opinion the Slipstream is the most attractive looking rear security cover for a JKU on the market. The laser cut powder coated pieces hug the body lines wonderfully. The center section is completely removable making any trip to the hardware store less difficult. I was able to throw up a couple of full coolers on top of the security cover and the cover didnt flinch. The Slipstream can stay installed in all of jeeps different configurations i.e. No Top, Soft Top and Hard Top. This rear security cover is quite easy to use. The removable center is held in place with four pit pins, once pulled out the center is removed and is able to be stored vertically behind the rear seat using provisions installed on the cover. The installation brackets are very clean and tuck up behind components and out of the way. The Slipstream is easy to install and all the brackets mount using the factory D-ring locations and tailgate hardware locations.

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Old 08-25-2015, 07:12 AM   #2
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Do you mean the Ridgeback?, I dont see a Diabolic product with the name slipstream?
I agree it looks like a very nice product but at $900 plus shipping its very expensive.
Will have to wait for it to go on sale....

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Old 08-25-2015, 10:53 AM
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Hi bodog20,
I just checked the Diabolical website, they do have it listed as the Ridgeback and you are correct the check out amount came to $900. I would have to say something is wrong there with the price and name. In the initial shop page the price is shown $695 and after hitting checkout it goes to $900. I did a phone in order so never saw the web mistakes. I would have to say the price is $695.
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grnmene1 - so you have had this for about a year... How is it holding up and any issues with it? Thanks
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