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    Old Timer dillard09's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Yeah, there really is a big difference. I went with the Quadratec first and it only lasted a year before three of the zippers failed. That twill fabrics is so much quieter too.


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    Oh yes!! My Bushwacker made it close to a year but the last 3 months I have had torn zippers. Very happy with the Glide so far. I love not having any zippers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Yeah, there really is a big difference. I went with the Quadratec first and it only lasted a year before three of the zippers failed. That twill fabrics is so much quieter too.


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    With the twill how comprable would you say it is to the hard top noise?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    With the twill how comprable would you say it is to the hard top noise?


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    Close, but not as quiet as a hardtop, I think most of the road noise comes in the vinyl windows in the back. The twill does cut the wind noise down ton.

    I also added a headliner to the hardtop which made that even quieter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    Oh yes!! My Bushwacker made it close to a year but the last 3 months I have had torn zippers. Very happy with the Glide so far. I love not having any zippers.
    Footnote: Amish don’t believe in zippers


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Footnote: Amish don’t believe in zippers


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    Unless they are on vacation in Florida

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    Unless they are on vacation in Florida
    Lol, very true


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    Got my EVO 3 inch soft rides installed today. Wow what a difference over the 2.5 Teraflex springs and 1 inch spacers that only netted 2 inches. A few twists of the drag link to center the steering wheel and a turn or two on the JKS track bar to center the wheels. Test drive was night and day difference really woke up the Bilstein 5100's.
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    Got some new 8lugs powder coated and mounted some fresh 40x13.5 Trailgrapplers. Man those suckers are heavy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuelh3 View Post
    Got some new 8lugs powder coated and mounted some fresh 40x13.5 Trailgrapplers. Man those suckers are heavy!

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    Those look awesome Sam. You must be stoked.

    Maybe I missed it, but what axles did you go with?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuelh3 View Post
    Got some new 8lugs powder coated and mounted some fresh 40x13.5 Trailgrapplers. Man those suckers are heavy!

    44961473-97A9-4E3E-BBF3-8CBB1B03CFDB.jpg

    IMG_3443.jpg

    504A9FCF-2441-44E6-B89B-056071096321.jpg

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    Looks great! Which wheels are those?


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