cab covers fold up and stuff nicely into a handy size bag that comes
with your purchase.
|Unroll your new Raingear
cab cover over the top of your Jeep
|Hook the cab cover tie-down
strap to holes in the frame rail and then cinch down the straps to
create a tight fit
|Secure the loose cab
cover mirror flaps by affixing the velcro ends
|This is a rear view of
my CJ all wrapped up
|What your Jeep looks
like tucked in for the night
|Shot from the rear
Jeep Cab Covers
face it, there's really nothing more fun about a Jeep then to be able
to drive it everywhere with the top and doors off. Unfortunatly, the
downside to this is that you also leave your Jeep open to all the
crap that comes in at night too (no pun intended)!! If leaves, branches,
dew and bird crap weren't enough, you also have to deal with stupid
things like cats! Or worse, cats using your floorboards as a toilet!!!
I suppose you could always just put your top back on every night (yeah
right, how fun is that?!) or, you can get yourself a Raingear Cab
Cover from jeepcovers.com.
Much like a high quality car cover, the Raingear only covers the cab
section of your Jeep and it can be used with or without your doors
off (unlike most cab cover manufacturers) and it is extremely quick
to put on and take off on a daily basis.
When I got mine, the cover cost me about $100 but I can tell you that
the quaility and fit of it is bar none and worth every penny. Also,
when I placed my order for one, I did so on a Monday and this thing
showed up to my doorstep by Wednesday!! Now that's what I call service.
How to Use
Remove your new Raingear Jeep cab cover from its handy storage bag
and keep it rolled up.
2. Unroll the cab cover
length wise from the back of your Jeep, over the top of the roll bar
and then over the windshield (see pic on left). Make sure that the
"Raingear" logo ends up on the windshield.
3. Unfold the cab cover
and fit it around the cab of your Jeep until it's snuggly in place.
Make sure all the tie-down straps are hanging to the ground and not
caught up somewhere inside tha cab.
4. Secure the loose cab cover mirror flaps by affixing
the velcro edges together.
5. Attach the cab cover tie-down hooks to holes on
the frame rails as shown in the pic to the left. Once hooked on, cinch
them down corner to corner and then cinch in the sides.
That's it, your done! This cover is really that simple and quick to
put on/take off. As you will notice, this cover can be used even if
you have rack like the Kargo Master Congo Cage. The fit is a bit off
in the corners but still very effective.
NOTE: If you don't have
a bikin or safari top, there is a strap on the front/center of the
cover which is intended to be secured to the footman loop on your
hood. Attach and then cinch this strap down to remove any excess slack
on the cover.