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Bestop Trektop Ultra Soft Top; Black Twill (18-23 Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door)

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    Video Review & Installation

    Merideth: So, whether you need to replace your old or worn-out factory soft top, or you have a hard top and want one of the most premium choices when it comes to a soft top, this Bestop Trektop Ultra Soft Top in Black Twill, will be one to check out for your 2018 or newer 4-Door JL Wrangler. Now, this top will be for the JL owners who want an all-in-one soft top that will offer multiple configurations while being super easy to operate on a daily basis. Now, this top will allow you to open up an extended Sunrider feature. It's gonna have a zipper less design for easy use and endless longevity while being fully convertible compared to other Trektops or slant-back options. Not to mention this will have the twill material, which will not only offer that premium appearance, but will offer some better insulation and noise stamping if you're looking for a thicker top.The top will be made of a premium 30-ounce twill material that's a little bit heavier weight than its Black Diamond or sale cloth competitors offering better comfortability inside of the cab area and keeping that deep black appearance for years to come. Now, the DOT tinted windows on the back will also assist in insulation as well as keeping a pretty stealthy look all around. Now, this will also feature plastic retainers all around the top. As you can see, you're not gonna get any zippers on the window. This is going to eliminate all the zippers on the top, which can eventually be a pain, especially when they get older, or dust, or dirt in them from the trail. Now speaking of removing the windows, this top can be configured with just the large rear window removed, or all of the windows removed to be transformed into a bikini-style top for some more open air, but with the sun protection.Now, the Sunrider feature will also be a lot larger than its predecessor, spanning over the front and rear seats and resting on the back of the roll bar. Now what's incredibly notable though, is that this will have specialized tracks and levers on the back that will allow you to bring the top fully open and rest it down on the tailgate, like the factory configuration, which is the convertible configuration, and that is gonna be a feature that most slant-back tops don't have to offer. Overall, this is a premium top with high-quality materials and features. So, this is gonna come in at a premium price point of roughly $2,500. Now, comparing this to other choices, again, most complete tops that you'll see won't be configured in as many different bases. They may not include a fully zipper less design or will have a lighter-weight material like a Black Diamond Vinyl or even a sale cloth.Now, if you have the cash to spend on a top that has every bell and whistle and is going to last in the long run, then this is a great choice to take a look into. So, install is gonna be a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about one hour to get the job done with some basic hand tools. Now, I would like to mention that you will want to install this top in 70-degree+ weather, just to allow the fabric to stretch since it will contract in colder temperatures. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of what the install looks like step-by-step. That's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and jump into it.Man: The tools we need for this installation include ratchets, electric or regular. I would recommend 3/8 and 1/4, 10-millimeter sockets, a 13-millimeter socket, socket extensions, 8 and 10-millimeter wrenches, 3, 4, and 5-millimeter hex head sockets, and then T8, 20, 25, 30, 40, and 50 Trox sockets, and a flat and Phillip's head screwdrivers. How's it going, everyone? Today we are installing our soft top on our Wrangler JL. I'm gonna show you how to do it step-by-step. So, let's get started by removing our hard top.First, we have to remove the front roof panels. And we're gonna do that by flipping all the levers. We're gonna start right here at the driver's side front lever. And to release these, always to do is turn 'em about 90 degrees, but we're gonna continue that in a counterclockwise rotation all the way around until we have them all removed. At that point, we can remove the driver's side roof panel first, and then remove the passenger side panel. So, for these levers here, all you have to do is pull 'em down. With the front roof panels removed, I'm now standing inside of the front cabin, and we're gonna continue on by removing the rear section of our roof. And to start that process, we have to remove the two bolts that are holding in the front of it. And to remove those, we're gonna use our T50 Torx socket.We're now in the back of the Jeep, and there's six more of the same exact T50 Torx bolts that we have to remove. So there's three on the passenger side, three on the driver's side. And then there's also a connector and the windshield washer hose that we have to remove. And then at that point, we'll have to grab a friend and lift the top off. So, we're on the passenger side here. And like I said, there's three bolts on this side. There's one right here, and you can see one in the middle. You probably can't see. And then this rearmost one. So, let's go ahead and remove all of those.Right now, we'll move over to the driver's side. Right now in the very rear on the driver's side of our roof, we have our connector and our windshield washer hose that we have to remove. So, let's start with the connector here. And there's a red safety tab that we have to release first, and then we can push in the tab and pull down while holding the top of the connector to release 'em. I'm gonna pull this out just to give you a better shot. So, here's where we wanna hold and then we wanna push in this tab here to separate 'em. Once they're separated, we can go ahead and put this section of the connector into this nice little holder here that Jeep provides for us. And this slides together just like it would on this connector.All right. Now for our windshield washer hose here, you can see there's a little silver tab that we have to push in. And once we push that in, we simply just pull it down. And there's also a spot for this right here in this holder. All right. And at this point, we wanna grab a friend to help us remove the roof. We're ready to remove our hard top. So go ahead and grab a friend. And then you wanna grab either side of the hard top and just lift it forward and out of the way. Good. We're ready to start the install, and there is a bit of prep work we have to do on our table here. But we're gonna get started with our two upper rear door rails, four of the e-clips, four of the flange button head bolts, and our 4-millimeter hex head socket.So, what we have to do first, if you take a look at the door rails here, there's these two spots where our e-clips are gonna go on either side. And we wanna make sure that the threaded barrel is facing up. Do the same thing for the other side. At this point, we also wanna grab our lower rear door rails here, and we're gonna attach these to the bottom of our upper rear door rails. We're gonna do that by putting our flange button-head bolts through the top. Well, actually this is at the bottom. Through the bottom here, and then screwing into the e-clips that we just installed. And again, we will be using our 4-millimeter hex head socket. And the same exact thing for the other side.Now we can grab our upper and lower grilles here along with 20 of these little screws. And to tighten those down, we need our T8 Torx socket, along with a 1/4-inch ratchet. I will definitely use a hand ratchet, not electric for this step. So, as you can see, these are directional because of the letter B. So just make sure that we have these on the proper side. And we are going from the back. So, it's gonna be backwards when you put it down, so that when you lift it up, it's facing the right direction. And then for the upper grille, that goes in here like this. And then there's a bunch of holes all around the grilles, and that's where we're gonna put these guys and tighten them down.I'm just hitting three of the corners first, just to make sure all the holes line up. Then I'll put the rest of the screws in and tighten everything down. All right. Moving on to the upper grille. So the same thing for this one. I'm just gonna put three of the corners in first, to make sure all the holes line up. Put the rest of the screws in and then tighten everything down. All right. Now for the other side, just repeat the same steps.Now, before we start installing our pieces from our new soft top, we're just gonna remove these two trim panels right here. One on this side, one on the other, just for future panels that we're gonna be putting in its place. We're ready to install our rear door rail now. So, we're gonna grab two of these long bolts from our kit, and one of the shorter bolts with a flat washer. And this guy is gonna go right here in this area. And there is an alignment pin on the bottom of our door rail here that you can see right there. And that's gonna line up right here in this hole of our body. And then we'll put the bolts through and attach it. So, our short bolt is gonna go in right here, and the two longer bolts are gonna go in through the bottom right here. So we're gonna put all three of these bolts in loosely using our T40 Torx socket, and we're gonna leave everything loose for now just so that we can line everything up, and we'll come back later and tighten everything down properly.Now, before we put our two longer bolts in through our door rail here from the bottom, I just wanna come to the top and make sure that it's lined up. So, what we're looking for is these brackets here are gonna line up with the holes in the body of our Jeep right here and also right here. All right. Once those are both in place, we can go back down and put these in from the bottom. So these also get tightened down with our T40 Torx. All right. Then we're gonna go back and tighten down that first bolt that we installed at the bottom of our door rail. All right. So we're gonna come back down to this bolt right here and tighten this down the rest of the way. And I do wanna point out that another indicator that this is tight enough, is if you look right underneath the trim here, there's a piece of foam seal. So once you just get a little bit of squish on that seal there, you'll know that you're tight enough on this bolt.So, this bolt does have some thread lock on it, so it does take a little bit more of a torque. But that right there should be good. And once this one's done, for the other side, you're just gonna repeat the same exact steps for the passenger side door rail. Now we're moving on to our front door rails here. And just like the rear ones, they do line up and install in a similar fashion. So you can see that there's two pins here, if you will, on our rail. And at the top there's holes, we're gonna line these up, then we're gonna put two bolts through the bottom and secure 'em down. Then we're gonna use our T40 to tighten these down as well.All right. That's the installation process for the driver's side front door rail. The passenger side, just repeat the same steps. In the back where we removed those trim panels earlier, we're gonna go ahead and install our support bar brackets at this point. So, there is a right and a left-hand bracket, or driver and passenger side. So, if you're actually facing the front of the car, take the one that's indicated. So, if I was facing the front of the car right now, that would be my left hand. So your left-hand side bracket is gonna go on the driver's side, right-hand bracket is gonna go on the passenger side. So we're gonna install these using the four bolts that come with the kit and our T40 socket.So, when you're lining these up, they do have alignment pins, and they're gonna go here in the hole of the frame, and this elongated hole in the frame here. Just make sure that your holes in the bracket line up with the threaded holes in the body. All right. Now for the other side, just repeat the same steps. Now we're gonna install our two tailgate bar retainers using two of the supplied M8 bolts and our T40 socket. So this too has an alignment pin here, which is gonna line up with this hole in our body right here. And this is the threaded hole we're gonna be using. Again, you'll notice it squishes down. There is some foam seal underneath. So once you just get a little bit of squish on that, you know you're good. No need to overtighten these. All right. And we're gonna do the same thing for the other side.At this point, we're gonna install our lift assembly arms here. So we're gonna need our Velcro straps here. These are gonna be threaded around our locking arm like so. And these are gonna attach right here to our sports bar brackets using our hardware here, which is two each of our M6 bolts and two of the flange nuts. And to secure these down, we're gonna need our 10-millimeter wrench, and also our T30 Torx socket. So, we're gonna line up this pin right here with this slotted piece in our bracket, and then line up the holes. As I said before, we're gonna put the bolts through our lift arm assembly from the inside out. So through our bracket. And then our flange nut is gonna go on the backside. All right. We're gonna use our T30 Torx on the bolt and the 10-mill on the nut. And, again, we're just gonna leave these loose for now. We're not gonna take them down all the way until we finalize everything else. So that's the install process for the lift arm assembly on the driver's side. For the passenger side lift arm assembly, you wanna repeat the same exact steps.Now we're gonna be installing our slide bows here. So, what we're gonna do is actually line these rollers up right here on our slide bow with these rails in our door rails. And if you take a look at the slide bow, you'll notice that it has a gas strut here. So you want that facing towards the back with the brackets in the up position like this. So, if it looks more like this, then you probably got the wrong side. So just identify which side you're working with. Just take a look at that. So, again, gas strut here, and the brackets facing upwards. And we're just gonna align this roller up here with this channel, and slide it all the way forward until it stops. So right here is our roller. We're just going to move this around, manipulate it a little bit till you get to the stopping point, which is right there. There's that little spring detail right there. And we're gonna repeat these steps for the other side.Now that we have our bow arm in place, we're gonna attach the end of it here to our lift arm assembly. So, there's a hole at the very back of our bow that lines up with this welded nut on our lift arm assist. To attach 'em, we're gonna use one of these bolts on each side. It's a 10-millimeter. And then we also need one of these thin bushings and a thick bushing. So the thick bushing is gonna go on the outside of our bow arm, and the thin bushing is gonna go in between on the inside of our bow arm. Careful not to drop it. Very slippery. So, if you put 'em both in place and then put the bolt through, it makes it a little bit easier to hold the bushings in place. Then line up the lift arm assist, get a couple of threads in by hand on your bolt, and tighten it down with your 10-millimeter socket. They are a little tricky to line up, so if you put a little pressure on both kind of squeeze 'em together, it makes it a little bit easier to line up your bolt. All right. We're gonna repeat the same steps on the other side.Now we're gonna install our rail cover plates here. And it simply line up as so with these two insert nuts. Then we're gonna use the hardware that comes supplied with it. These little bolts here. So we can put those in by hand. At least a couple of threads. Then we're gonna use our 4-millimeter hex head socket to tighten down the rest of the way. I'm gonna swap over to my regular ratchet here to tighten this guy down the rest of the way, as there's not enough room from an electric ratchet. And just a little snug on each will do. I'm gonna repeat the same thing for the other side. Now we're gonna attach these bows here to our side bows on the brackets right here using the supplied hardware. These are the 25-millimeter bolts. They're kind of the medium ones. We're gonna use our T30 socket. And as you can see, there's holes in the ends of our bows here and here. So just line those up and put two bolts through either side.So before you tighten these down all the way, just take a look at the other end to make sure those line up as well, and then you can come back and tighten those down the rest of the way. All right. Next, we're gonna move up to the next bow, which is the brackets right ahead of these. And I do wanna mention this one is just a tad longer than the next one we're installing. So just make sure that you have the longer one here, and then the shorter bow in front of that. Our last bow here is getting installed in the same fashion. You'll notice that this bow is different because it doesn't have the extreme curved ends. And also this one gets attached to the front of the brackets instead of behind. So, again, before you tighten these down, just make sure your other bolts line up, and then we'll come back and tighten everything down. All right. And these are the same exact bolts, so we'll be using our T30 Torx socket.We're back on our table just for a minute, as we have to attach these hooks here to the windows stiffeners of our side quarter windows. So, if you take a look, this is the left-hand window, the stiffener is here. And it'll be in this orientation once we put it on the Jeep. Just as a heads up to you. Now, these are marked LH and RH. So they make it easy for these. So find the appropriate one, line up the holes with the windows stiffener right here, and then grab the hardware out of the kit. And we're gonna use three each of bolts blocking washers and nylon nuts on each hook. And I'll show you how to put this together now.So if you take a look at your quarter window, at the very top of the stiffener plate here, you lift up this flap and you'll notice you have the three holes here where we are gonna be mounting our hook. So we're gonna put the hook behind the window stiffener, line up the three holes, and we're gonna put our bolt through each hole. And then on the other side, we're gonna put our flat washers and our nylon blocking nuts on, and we're gonna tighten everything down with a T25 Torx and an 8-millimeter wrench. All right. We're gonna repeat the same steps for the other window.Now we have our soft top roof on our table. And there is a little bit of prep work we have to do before we can put this up and mount it in place. So there's two plastic tabs on either side of the front of our soft top here, and there's two T20 Torx screws that are holding it in place. So we're gonna take these two out on either side and just fold this tab back as this will be an attachment point later on in our installation. And keep these somewhere safe as we may be reusing them in the future. Once you have those screws out, just make sure you're able to fold this back. And we're gonna do the same thing on the other side.All right. So we've transitioned from the table onto the hood of our Jeep here. And how we laid this out is the bottom side up with the front bar here facing towards the back of the Jeep with the back bar facing the front of the Jeep. And what we're gonna do is, we're actually gonna lift this up and over up on top of the windshield frame here and start attaching this to our bows here on top. And then after that, we'll start draping the rest of it over and taking it to the back.Once we have our soft top up top here on our window frame, notice that there is some threaded holes here on top of our front bow. And on our side bows here, there's a bracket with holes in it. So this is what we have to line up. We wanna get this on top of our front bow here. And also, you'll notice that there's an inlay here where this whole thing is gonna set. So we do have to kind of maneuver it a little bit to get it to slide into this position. And kind of lift up here so you can make sure that you're in the right position on top of the frame as well, the window frame, then just line everything up so that we can bolt it down.And when we put our hardware in here, I would tighten it down but keep it loose enough so that we can adjust everything to make sure that we can line up the other side as well. Then once we get these two bolts in and the two bolts on the other side, then we'll tighten it down the rest of the way. So we need our M6 by 10-millimeter bolts out of our kit. And as I said, we're gonna put two in on each side. So, as you can notice, it does take a bit of positioning to line these up, but once we do get them in a few threads with our tool, which is actually a 4-millimeter hex head socket, once we have 'em down a little bit, make sure that the front bow here is as far back as it can go before you tighten it the rest of the way down. All right. Now we're gonna do the same thing on the other side, and then we'll come back and tighten everything down the rest of the way.All right. Again, we're gonna do the same thing on the other side. Just make sure it's positioned correctly, tighten it down, and then we'll start draping the rest of this over our roof. So you can see that there's a little bit of movement in there. So make sure it's just like that. This front bow is forward and... Oh, sorry, this side bow is forward and the front bow is to the back. So, as you're draping this, you have to make sure that the rear bow here is over top of everything including the lift arm assemblies here. It's a good idea to jump in the back and lift it up and over like so. Now we're gonna lift the top up just a little bit so we can get access to those two flaps that we removed the bolts from earlier on the table.Let me take this up and give you a look at it. So, if you recall from our earlier table shot, these are the flaps that I'm referencing. These are the ones that we unbolted earlier. So, we're just gonna take care of these now and re-secure them here, reusing our factory T20 bolts. These little guys right here. So, let's go ahead and take care of that on both sides. Now that we have these plastic flaps resecured, we need to grab the foam seals out of our kit. And they are directional. So just make sure you have the right one for the right side. Line it up like so. Just make sure that all the angles, you know, are appropriate to the position you're putting them in. And then you can take off the backing, the protective backing, and stick them in place. I would line up the front first. Make sure you don't have too much overhang in the back. And then this can always be trimmed if necessary. But that looks pretty good like that. So let's move on over to the other side.All right. Now we're gonna move on back to the rear of the Jeep. Back in the back of the Jeep, and we're gonna attach our rear bow here to our lift arm assemblies. So if we lift up our soft top from the corner here, we can reveal everything that we need to get to. So, if you can notice here, there are holes in our rear bow. And we're gonna put our hardware through. And we're gonna be using these longer-type bolts with a T30 socket. And they're gonna go through our rear bow and into the lift arm assembly bracket here, which have welded nuts. And we're doing this with the top still up, which gives us clearance to maneuver this much easier.And we can start everything by hand, just to make sure it lines up properly, and then we'll tighten it down with our T30. We might have to move the bar around just a little bit just to get the holes to line up so that we can get these bolts threaded. All right. Now that we have all four bolts in, few threads by hand, we're gonna go ahead and tighten 'em down with our T30 Torx socket. Once we have all four of our bolts in here through our rear bow into the lift arm assembly, we're gonna lift up our soft top, and there's a little flap here, which we're gonna attach to our lift arm assembly through this hole using the plastic push clips that come provided with the kit. We're gonna do this on both sides.So, for this other flap here, we're gonna wrap it around our rear bow. And there's a hole right here, we're gonna take the supplied self-tapping screw and then secure the flap to the rear bow. And there is, like, a pre-drilled hole in the flap as well as the bow, so let's put the screw through that hole and then into the hole right here on the rear bow. And to secure that the rest of the way, we're gonna use our Phillips head screwdriver. All right. And then while we're here, we're also gonna take care of this cable right here. So this eyelet is gonna attach right here to our lift arm assembly. And to secure that down, we're gonna use a little barrel bolts, barrel threaded bolt that comes supplied with the kit. And to tighten these, we're gonna need a flat-head screwdriver. All right. So we're gonna put that eyelet on the whole flat side down, put the barrel end through the back, put the eyelet over top, and then our little threaded bolt is gonna secure it together.All right. And we're gonna do both those steps on the other side as well. From the front passenger door seal here, I'm gonna lift open the top all the way, and we're gonna put it in the furthest back position so that we can access the bolts on the lift arm assembly and torque those down to spec. All right. Once you have your roof in this position, we're gonna go to the back and unlock the lift arm assemblies so that we can get this the rest of the way to the back. So, this lever right here with the yellow guard on it, these levers on either side, you wanna lift them up. That's the unlocked position. Once you have those unlocked, grab the rear number five bow. And you wanna lift it up and back, and bring your soft top all the way open.All right. Now I'm gonna come around to the other side and show you the bolts that we're gonna torque to spec. Now we have access to our lift arm assembly here and the nuts that we're gonna torque down to spec. The first one is right here, and the other two are on the back. So let's start with this one using our 13-millimeter socket. And again, you wanna make sure that you're torquing these to spec. Do not over-tighten any of these bolts or nuts. Our second nut that we're gonna torque down the spec is on the backside here at the bottom of our lift arm assembly. And it's right behind the seatbelt here. I'm just gonna move this out of the way. You can actually wrap this around the headrest and make it a little easier. But we're gonna torque this one down with our 10-millimeter socket. And you may need to hold the bolt with your T30.Again, from the backside of our lift arm assembly, the third bolt that we're gonna torque to spec, the third nut I should say, is here at the top. And again, we're using our 10-millimeter socket. And you may also need your T30 to hold the bow. Also, I'm using a couple of extensions to make this a little easier. All right. Once you have this side done, go ahead and repeat the same exact steps for the passenger side. Now we're gonna put our top in the full closed position and lock the front latches so that we can then secure our Velcro straps from the inside.First, we're going to engage our front latches here. So, pull your handle down to make sure that the hook engages the latch, and then push up on this. And you might have to give just a little tug to the front bar there to seat it, and then you can flip the lever up. Same for the other side. All right. Once you have those both latched, we're gonna go ahead and fasten all the Velcro straps that are actually sewn to the roof around our bow arms. Great. We're gonna move to the back and continue the same thing for the rest of the Velcro.It's time to install our quarter windows now. So, grab one of your quarter windows. Make sure you got the right side to do that. You wanna make sure that your plastic stiffener is tucked underneath like this. Then when you put it in position, you know, all the slopes and angles should be correct. On top of that, when you look at these words down here at the bottom corner, they'll read correctly as well. Once you have the correct side, the plastic hook that we installed earlier is going to attach to our rear bow right here on this bracket to the outside of it.And then there's also another flap here. I'll take that off for you. You wanna make sure that's hooked over here as well. Once you have that all together, we're gonna just work our way around the outside of the window until everything is fastened and secure. So this upper portion, you wanna make sure is tucked underneath everything. And then before we Velcro this down, let's go ahead and get this plastic trim piece inserted into our door rail. So there's like a lip on the door rail that I'm just sliding this underneath of.Great. Now we can flip this down. All right. Working our way around the bottom here. Same thing, we have a plastic strip that's gonna tuck underneath of this seal here. All right. Now we're gonna work our way over to the corner here. All right. For the corner, just make sure it's pulled all the way to the back, and it's going around our bottom trim piece here. And there's also a plastic trim piece here that's gonna get tucked underneath. All right. And then our strap here is actually gonna come around back and attach right here to this button. All right. Once you have this one in place, let's go ahead and make sure you do the same exact steps on the other side.All right. Now we're gonna install the rear window. To begin, we're gonna take this plastic piece up here that's sewn into the rear window, making sure that our Velcro is facing the outside. We're gonna take this plastic tube up top here and run it through this plastic trim piece right here that is attached to our soft top. Let me show you. So, there's like a bullet-shaped end, and that just slides through the end of this trim piece here, and then slides all the way down. And then once we get all the way down, we just wanna make sure that the rear window is centered right about there.Now we're gonna move to the bottom and attach the bottom seal piece, trim piece, that attaches right here to this plastic bit. So at the bottom there's a very similar plastic tube sewn to the bottom of the window. So we need this trim piece out of our kit. And there's a channel that runs the whole way along this. You just wanna make sure that when you're looking at this, that it's actually gonna be flipped this way. So, your bolts here are gonna be on top, and this plastic trim piece is gonna be wrapped around facing the front of the Jeep.So, once we have that properly positioned, we're gonna go to the end of the channel right here and slide that over our plastic tube here at the bottom of our window. And the same thing as the top, we're just gonna slide this all the way down and then make sure that it's centered in the middle of the window. All right. So these plastic ends on both side here are gonna lock into these trim pieces right here. So, I'll show you what I mean. So once you have them both centered on these bottom trim pieces here... It gotta come over that way a little bit. Right about there. Then what you wanna do is pull down on the window, and kind of roll it underneath to lock into those trim pieces.All right. And then from here we can go ahead and attach the sides of the window and then Velcro everything together. And for the sides of our rear window here, same as the quarter windows, we have a plastic trim piece. It's just gonna slide into this roof. So, it makes it easier if you start from the bottom and then work your way up. So we're gonna do the same thing on the other side, but while we're here, we might as well Velcro everything in place as well. All right. And then lastly, for the rear window, there are two little plastic trim pieces at the bottom of the corners that we're gonna tuck in place. That's gonna wrap up this review and install of the Bestop Trektop Ultra soft top in Black Twill for your 18 and newer Wrangler JL 4-Door. Thank you for watching and for all things Wrangler, keep it right here

    Product Information

    Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


    • Versatile
    • Patented Lift
    • Has Fastback Look
    • Elegant Black Color
    • Flow-Back Technology
    • Superior Twill Fabric Construction
    • With Patented Guide Track System
    • Can be used in 4 Ways (Full Open, Fully Closed, Sunrider Open, or Safari-Style Bikini
    • Accurately Fit all 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door Models


    Elegant Twill Top. Looking for a top that will give your Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door an added edge of style and sophistication? Look no further than the Bestop Trektop Ultra Soft Top in elegant black twill. This versatile top features a patented lift system and fastback look, along with a Flow-Back technology for easy opening and closing.

    Versatile and Hard-Wearing. The superior twill fabric construction is designed to withstand the elements, and the patented guide track system makes it easy to use in all four ways: fully open, fully closed, Sunrider open, or safari-style bikini - so, you can always find the perfect setting for your needs. Whether you're cruising down the highway or exploring off-road, the Bestop Trektop Ultra is the perfect choice for style, comfort, and protection.

    Please Take Note. Installing this at a temperature greater than 72°F is recommended because fabrics may shrink by at least an inch at lower temperatures.

    Installation. Putting this Ultra Soft Top on your ride is easy and requires no drilling. Professional installation is strongly advised.

    Warranty. There is a 1-year warranty on this product.

    Application. This Bestop Trektop Ultra Soft Top fits all 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door Models.

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