Looks good. One thing I found interesting. I have a 95 and instead of 3 windshield tiedowns my yj has the middle tiedown and then round rubber bumpers on the left and right like the tj uses. Also I really wish they would ship with black hardware. I have a red and black thing going on my jeep and the silver hardware I would have to replace.
Old motorcycle trick: cover the chrome or stainless bolt heads with black touch-up paint. Get a dab inside the hex to prevent rust.
Well I've had it out alot over the last couple weeks and can say YES it does help cool things down. I can tell the difference in my floorboards when cruising around with the doors on. It used to feel like the heat was always on and now its noticably cooler. I also havent noticed any side effects from the rain or water.
If you have over heating problems I wouldnt count on this to help very much. It only cooled my engine bay by maybe 10*. But every little bit helps and it looks great!
[COLOR="Red"][/COLOR][SIZE="5"][/SIZE]88 YJ- 4.7l stroker, AW4, SOA, 8.8, hp D30 powertrax no slip,3" front stretch with waggy springs, stock replacement springs in the rear, 35/12.5 r15 goodyear kevlars
I wasnt sure if I wanted to buy this but after seeing yours it does look a lot better than I thought.. I'm just worried about rain getting in there
I've had a heavily louvered hood (old-school punched louvers) on my OT 4x4 for many years. Not one problem ever with water, snow or ice. But man, does the A/C work better with the hot underhood air able to get blown up and out!