Thanks! I love it. As for the top, it does flap around too much at highway speeds. What I do it roll it forward to the sound bar and strap it down. If the weather is supposed to be good when I go to the dunes, I drive it as it is sitting 300 miles to get there and back.
I made a couple suspension changes to make the ride a lot better. From a distance, it looks the same except for the trained eye. No current photos though.
A quote from my wife: "I don't even want to know how much it cost, I'm not in the mood to be that pissed off today."
Motion-Tek. They are real heavy duty webbing, not vinyl. These would actually hold cargo in if I flop or roll my rig. The buckles are all metal, and powdercoated. No drilling on TJ models and made in the USA. Also, they mount inside of the soft top frame so you can still raise and lower the top without the net getting in the way.
Is the webbing secured in the back of the Jeep? I bought the Dirty a Dog netting because of the ability to open the back up but the netting rides up the rear rollbars.
The webbing ends at the top of the tailgate. There is plenty of room to put stuff in, and my German Shepherd has no problem jumping in the back under the netting. I can see if you had bare roll bars where it might work it's way up, but with roll bar covers it doesn't move at all.
I bet it shocked the hell out of alot of people there.
The little bit of snow we had, shown in my pictures, completely shut down Atlanta. This is a facebook post from a friend a couple days ago.
"It's chaos out here in Atlanta. Every interstate in and around Atlanta is completely gridlocked. Every surface street inside of Atlanta is gridlocked. Most people have been pushing 15 hours or more in in the same spot in their vehicles. Others have surpassed the 24+ hour mark in their vehicles... Infrastructure has pretty much failed. A lot have abandoned vehicles and people have walked 10+ miles home or anywhere they can stay or sleep. There's an FB group of people offering shelter, others are businesses letting people in and crash where ever they can. Hundreds of kids are stranded in their schools. What very little salt trucks trucks we have, can't get to the highways or streets because of stuck or abandoned cars. Emergency crews can't get to where they're needed, including the new born infant born in traffic. State of emergency out here, National Guard has been called in. It's like a frozen mad max style wasteland or a scene out of the walking dead. It's insane.