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Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4 Door)

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Features, Video & Details

  • Black Diamond
  • Crafted from Multi-Ply Premium-Grade Fabric
  • Features the Top Arch Bar System
  • Includes High-Quality Polymer Door Surrounds and Tinted Windows
  • Built-In Sunroof
  • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler (JK) Unlimited 4-Door Models

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

I am Ryan from ExtremeTerrain.com, and today we have a four-door 2016 JK that we're adding a second round of mods to. When this came to us, it already had bigger tires, a lift, and an LED front bumper. Even though this Jeep does have a lift and some 33s, it doesn't see a lot of off-road time, so the mods we added today were more aesthetic than anything else, although they do add some functions as well. So let me walk you through the build. Starting from the front to back, the first mod we added in this round of the build is a winch. Now, I know you're thinking you just said the mods that you added were aesthetic and not functional, and generally a winch is a functional mod. But I think, if we are being honest with ourselves, a lot of people are running a winch just because they like the look. It makes the Jeep look a lot tougher, a lot more like it does goes off-road, and a lot more utilitarian. And hey, at the end of the day, it's your money, it's your Jeep, you build it how you want to. For this Jeep, we decided to go with the Barricade 9500-pound synthetic line winch that we were able to bolt up without the need for a winch plate because it already had this Barricade Trail Force HD front bumper with the lights. We decided to go with the 9500-pound capacity winch to save a little bit of money because this Jeep isn't going to see a lot of off-road use. The general rule of thumb is you want your winch-pulling capacity to be about one and a half times the weight of the vehicle. And this is a four-door JK with big heavy wheel and tire package and some armor on it, so it does have a little bit of weight to it. But again, this winch isn't going to see a lot of use because the Jeep doesn't see a lot of trails. So going with the 9500-pound winch was able to save us a little bit of money over something larger like a 1200-pound winch. We did decide to go with a synthetic line on this winch over a steel cable, which is a little bit of a price upgrade, and it has some additional benefits and drawbacks. I like synthetic line mostly because its lighter and more flexible, so it's easier to pull up a muddy hill when you are on the trail. And most importantly, a synthetic line, if it breaks under a load, will not snap back, which can be very dangerous and cause damage to the vehicle. As I mentioned, it is more expensive than steel cable. Steel cable, on the other hand, is more abrasion-resistant than synthetic. It requires a little bit less maintenance. However, it does have that drawback of storing energy, so if it breaks on your load, it will snap back, can be dangerous, and can cause damage. So it really comes down to what you're going to be using your Jeep for. In my opinion, if you have the budget for it, a synthetic line is a nice upgrade. Like I said before, installing this winch was really easy because the barricade bumper has a built-in winch plate. You can actually install the winch on even a factory bumper or a lot of other aftermarket bumpers. However, sometimes you need to add an additional winch plate. The plate will bolt directly to the frame and the winch bolts to that plate, giving you the strength you need to be able to pull the entire weight of the vehicle with the winch. Once you have it bolted up, wiring is really easy. You just have two cables that go up to the battery for your power connection and you're done. So in the end, Barricade winches are a good budget friendly winch. And if you're going to be out on the trails every so often playing in the mud or on the rocks and there's a chance that you or a friend is going to get stuck, these are going to get you unstuck. If you're somebody who is out on the trails every single weekend doing more hard core wheeling and you expect to be doing a lot really long, hard pulls, maybe you want to spend a little bit more money and get a winch that has some additional features. The next part we added on this Jeep was a set of Barricade rubi rails. And these might look familiar to you because a similar rail comes on the Rubicons and some special addition Wranglers right out of the factory. A rail like this is designed to cover up the otherwise unfinished pinch seam. They're not designed a ton of protection. In fact, the way the mounts are designed on this rail, it's not going to provide as much protection as a factory rubi rail will. However, for our build that isn't seeing a lot of trail time, these are going to do a nice job of finishing off the look, giving us some protection against door dings in the parking lot. And they will offer some light protection if we do hit the trail every so often. These are a nice alternative to a factory rubi rail because a lot of people aren't taking off those factory rails and getting rid of them, which can make them hard to find and a little bit more expensive. These are going to be a little less expensive than finding a factory set, and they're gonna give you the same look and the same light protection. These rails are designed to install much like the factory rails do, and they're completely bolt-on so you don't have to drill the Jeep to get them installed. Like with any part that's powder-coated and has threaded studs, it's definitely helpful to run a dye over those threads to clean off any residual powder coat before you start the installation. That's going to keep you from cross-threading and stripping any nuts or bolts. So if you're like us and you don't need rocker protection for hard core off-roading, but you do want to finish off the look of the pinch seam, this is a really nice alternative to finding a more expensive set of factory takeoffs. So let me turn around the Jeep, and we'll show you the last part we added. The last part we added to this Jeep is the one that probably has the largest visual impact, and that's this Bestop Trektop NX. The first thing you notice when looking at it is it has this fastback look that a lot of you guys are after. It completely changes the profile look of the Jeep, and I think it looks really nice, especially on a four-door JK, although it is available for a two-door as well. And aside from the good looks, this Jeep used to only have a hardtop. Now that it's coming around to springtime, we wanted to more easily be able to convert to that open-air driving experience, so a soft top was a no brainer. Now Bestop certainly isn't the only one to make a fastback soft top like this, but in my opinion, they're one of the best. You get a ton of build quality and quality of materials with this top, although you do have to pay a little bit of a premium price for it. In my opinion, it's worth it. I've installed a couple Bestop soft tops on my Jeeps, and I'll install another one when it comes time to replace it. So let's talk a little bit about the difference between the Trektop NX that we installed and the Trektop. The NX has a few more features. It has removable side windows, and it has Bestop's sunrider feature up front. That allows you to very easily flip back the section of the top over the driver and the front seat passenger to again give you that open-air driving experience really easily. Those are a few things that the regular Trektop doesn't have. The Trektop is going to be less expensive than the Trektop NX, but for my money, it's worth it for the additional features. Whether you decide to go with the Trektop NX or the regular Trektop, the nice thing about these is they include all the hardware that you need to install them on a Jeep, even if it's never had a soft top on it before. Of course, the fastback tops are frameless, but there is some additional hardware and some other parts that, if you go with another manufacture, you might have to purchase separately. Bestop includes everything you need in the box to make the installation really easy. Install will take you a little bit of time, but Bestop provides really clear instructions on how to do it. It helps to be detail-oriented and take you time going step-by-step to ensure the first time it rains your top isn't going to leak. So like we said in the beginning, this Jeep has the lift and the 33-inch tires, but they are more for the look and less about hitting the trails. And the nice thing about doing a build that's a little bit more aesthetically geared than functionally geared is that we can save a little bit of money on mods like winch and rubi rails. If we were buying those parts to be used really hard on a trail every weekend, we'd have to spend a little bit more money to get something that's built really solidly. In this case, we can save a little bit of money, get a little bit of function, but get the look that we are after. We really wanted to transform this Jeep into something that was a lot more rugged, and tough, and had that off road look. One area that we did spend a little bit more money was with this Trektop. It is a premium top and it does have a little bit of a higher price tag, but again, for my money, it's completely worth it for the build quality and for the additional features. So for more cool Jeep content and additional Jeep builds, make sure you check out ExtremeTerrain.com. But for now, I'm Ryan, thanks for watching.

Durable Construction. Give your Wrangler an instant makeover with the Bestop Trektop NX. Made from tough, multi-ply, and premium-grade fabric, this soft top not only offers durability, but also reduces outside noise for a comfortable ride. It provides mildew resistance and also includes UV inhibitors to prevent fading.

Reliable Performance. The Bestop Trektop NX for Jeep Wrangler does not need traditional bows or frames for installation. Its top arch bar system keeps the soft top in place, while offering superior protection from snow and heavy rain. The tailgate bar provides quick and easy access to the rear cargo area without opening the rear window. This 4-door Jeep Wrangler Trektop features high-quality, polymer door surrounds and removable, tinted windows. You can remove the windows for safari bikini style driving. With a built-in sunroof, it allows you to enjoy open air driving too.

Fitment. This Jeep Wrangler Trektop fits most factory full steel doors and Bestop replacement door kits. It is suitable for 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited JK (4-Door).

This soft top includes the soft top bow assembly necessary for installation

Fitment: Details

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What's in the Box
  • Top Fabric
  • Header Assembly
  • (2) Quarter Windows
  • Rear Window
  • 11" Web Strap w/Snap Hook
  • Rear Top Arch
  • Front Top Arch
  • Rear Bow
  • (2) Front Door Surrounds
  • (2) Rear Door Surrounds
  • (2) Cable Brackets
  • Tailgate Retainer
  • (2) Header Foam
  • (2) Sunrider Brackets
  • Bow Clip
  • (6) Knobs
  • Installation Hardware
Installation Info
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      5 Top Rated Questions

      is this all the parts i need I currently have a Hardtop and want to add a soft top, I am looking at Bestop Trektop NX (07-15 Wrangler JK 4 Door) do I need any other kits to install this top?

      • This kit includes everything you'll need to go from a bare Jeep to the Trektop NX. No extra parts are required for installation.

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      I installed my top yesterday and there is a gap between the bottom of the rear window panel and the gate. It's a small gap, but would allow water through. Will this stretch? Everything else fit properly. Also- can i flip back the sun rider when in bikini style?

      • I'm sorry to hear you are having problems with your Bestop Trektop NX , please call or send us an email with some photos and we can help you out with your soft tops fitment. http://www.extremeterrain.com/contact.html

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      I've seen in the Q A that this top's sunroof feature will not open up past the front seats. How difficult would it be to completely remove the top for open air driving and put it back up if it started to rain? That would be removing the rear and side windows and then taking the top off. On my 2009 Sahara Unlimited I was able to fold the soft top back all the way in a few minutes, but I prefer the fastback style on the Trektop..

      • Yes, that is correct - for the Bestop Trektop NX you will only be able to utilize the sunrider function (open above just the driver/passenger seats) or go completely topless. In comparison to the standard soft top, it is a bit more tedious because your top would have to be completely taking your top off rather than just folding it back.

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      Does this top fold back past the rear seats for open top above all seats looks like most hatchback style tops don't fold back far enough to include rear seats for sunroof style riding, hoping this one does...even if top doesn't fold all the way down like factory soft top would. Looking for replacement for hardtop to be able to enjoy some open top riding with kids.

      • No, because of the additional functions of turning into a safari top, this top (and generally all fast back style tops) will only have a front seat sun rider flip. Bestop's Supertop NX models are factory in appearance, but do offer the front and rear sun rider you seek. Check out item J15316 for more details.

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      Are the trektop door surrounds compatible with the factory hardtop, or would they need to be removed/ reinstalled when swapping from hardtop to softop?

      • The Bestop Trektop NX door surrounds would be compatible with OEM and would be able to stay in place with the hard top

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      10 More Questions
      If you were to completely remove the top to be open air, would you be able to store it in the back of the Jeep? Or would the hardware be too big? (2 door, back seats in) 1 answer
      The springs came off and is missing. Where do I get replacement parts? 1 answer
      I have a 2015 Willy's Wheeler with half doors. Will this top work with half doors? 2 answers
      windows How difficult is it to remove the windows and to put them back on? Approximately how long would this process take? 2 answers
      Does this fit the 75th Ann Edition? 1 answer
      Does the trek top rear pannels come with a tint on then ? If so what percent if you dont mind ? And if i wanted to make it darker, how will i do so ? Simply just tint over it ? 1 answer
      In the Questions and answers about the bestop trektop NX 07-17 wrangler jk 4door the question was asked by EricS "how hard to put the top down and back up if it started to rain". there was no answer to this part of the question. Then there was a question about the window and how hard to remove them and put them back. I'm not interested in the windows, but i am interested in how hard and how fast the Nx top will come down and go back up. Thank you 1 answer
      I have a 2015 Jeep JK. I don't have the slanted roll bars in the back. I have the squared off kind. Can I still use this on my jeep and if so do I need anymore hardware for it than what's included. I only have a hard top and never a soft top. 1 answer
      The cable on the drivers side has broken on our top. How do I get a replacement cable? 1 answer
      2017 JKU - going back to winter, will I have to remove anything to transition back to factory freedom panels and hard top? 1 answer

        Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

        Overall Rating 4.4

        out of 5 stars

        Installation Time:Afternoon

        Installation Cost:$100-$250

        • Fit 4.513238 4.5
        • Appearance 4.85102 4.9
        • Quality 4.598778 4.6
        • Bang For Your Buck 4.464358 4.5



        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          November 29, 2019

          KennyLaMulle

          Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 1/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          November 16, 2019

          horrible

          Leaks along seams in front and soaks you constantly. Backfills compartments with water. Those are the big things.. the smaller problems are its LOUD!!.

          Travlrn

          Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

          Helpful (0)

        • 1/5

          Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

          October 09, 2019

          Anonymous

          Year: 2013Submodel: Wrangler

          Helpful (0)

        • 1/5

          July 16, 2019

          Aweful!

          Followed direction to the letter but does not fit correctly. Leaks near windshield. I actually went back to my factory softtop

          Rubicon14

          Year: 2014Submodel: Rubicon

          Helpful (0)

        • 5/5

          June 13, 2019

          Recommended

          This top is convenient and quick to convert. My husband and I watched the video before installing and also had the video on pausing step by step as we installed this top. I almost bought the top that's similar where the front didn't flip back because I like shade. I'm glad I bought this top for those warm yet partly cloudy days to feel the air! It only takes 5 seconds to flip it back. Fairly new to the Jeep life it took us 2 hours to install.

          Pumpkyn

          Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

          Helpful (0)

        • 4/5

          May 26, 2019

          Looks great

          I just put on the Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top. 5-24-19. The youtube video was the best help for me. The written directions could use some work. It took me just over an hour once the hard top was off. The top looks great. It was quiet when I drove at speeds up to 50mph. We had severe rain the first day I had this top on and there were no leaks. At this point it is great. I gave it a 4 star rating due to the directions. If you did not watch the video this would take a long time to put on. I am looking forward to enjoying the product.

          Zim

          Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 25, 2019

          Happy with it

          I like it..it looks really good it’s louder now but that’s to be expected.

          Trouble

          Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 21, 2019

          Love it.

          We really love this top. It looks great on our jeep.

          HopeG

          Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 4/5

          Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

          May 21, 2019

          Great for the money

          Love the look of this top. A little bit more noisy then oem top. My back window Nd bar are so tight I can’t get it to seal at the rear gate. There is a 3 inch gap from the window to the rear gate. Overall though I do like the look of it on my Jeep.

          Kyleg

          Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 4/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 15, 2019

          Really like my new soft top

          I installed this for the summer to replace my hardtop. It took less then the time stated even though the instructions were vague on certain things. The top makes some noise at higher speeds but fits really secure. Can't wait for higher temps to take off the side and back panels. I left it lay out in the sun for over an hour and I don't think install would have been possible without this step.

          AnnS

          Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 11, 2019

          Review from Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door)

          Great!

          Easy to zip and unzip quickly. The sunroof is nice. It was easy to install when following a YouTube video and has a tight fit which looks good. Let the roof sit in the sun before installing so it can stretch. Somewhat loud on a windy day driving on a highway though.

          Meggers23

          Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 1/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 09, 2019

          Trektop NX Soft top

          I recently purchased this top for my 2015 JKU. I absolutely loved the new look It gave my Jeep! However when the first rain storm came it leaked terribly! Like to the point that the entire front seat was soaked and a steady stream was coming from above the center console. I expected a few small leaks here and there but nothing that bad. My husband installed it using the directions and the help of a YouTube video so I know it was installed properly. Thank goodness the rain came a day before the return policy expired and I’m able to get my money back.

          CC82

          Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 1/5

          Installation Time: Weekend

          May 03, 2019

          DIfficult and Tidious

          I was so excited about this top. I removed my hard top and put it up. Then I began the long 2 day installation of this top. THis is my first Trektop, so I thought it would be fairly simple to install. It is nice quality and is good material as far as I can tell. I have had jeeps for years so I know a little about soft tops. The back window zippers did not match, the back tailgate bar does not meet my tailgate, there is a 1 inch gap between the rubber and the gate. This is going to leak, It will take about 30 minutes to remove 3 windows and it will take me about 1.5 hours to attach them back on due to the fact of the difficulty and zipper issues. And there will always be a gap between the back window and tailgate.

          2014jeepSahara

          Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 02, 2019

          2017 Jk Sahara

          Needed a soft top for the summer and this was a great choice. It was very easy to install and had a great price point.

          Ryan

          Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 4/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          May 02, 2019

          Sweet top

          This is a pretty sweet top! It’s definitely not as noisy as I thought it was gonna be. Only downside is the instructions said about 2 hour install time... it took me about 8. I let it bake in the sun, and it was still very tight.

          Andyjk2013

          Year: 2013Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 4/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          April 29, 2019

          Review from Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door)

          Bestop delivers

          Just installed the Bestop NX top for our 2008 JK X. Looks great and went on without any real issues. You do have to zip the rear window in before you install the bottom edge of the side windows but that was the only glitch. Road around Saturday night with the top open and did not fight the wind or noise. Great top.

          MarkK

          Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          April 29, 2019

          Besttop Trek-top is truly a better top

          I cannot speak for any hardtop owners but my OEM soft top was loud. This top has cut the noise by 75. I have a light bar also and think it would be closer to 90 if I did not. Now this top was a real beast to put on. It only took about 2 hours but it was an aggravating 2 hours but once it is on it is on and tight hence the noise reduction. It’s supposed to be tight. After getting the zippers about half way I would wait to zip them all the way the next day. It looks great and work like a champ. We had a severe thunderstorm 3 days after I installed it and the interior was dry as a bone the next day. Anyone looking for a far superior option to the basic OEM soft top this is the one to go for.

          mattgroover33

          Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          April 27, 2019

          Soft top

          Good quality material for the entire top, as well as the windows. It took a while to install, but this is my first Jeep, and I’ve never done it before. It was worth the effort bc it looks great!!

          Eaza

          Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          April 23, 2019

          Great Top!!! (Well Worth Your Money)

          I had the original top that came with my Jeep back in 2007. So as you can assume, it was time to retire it. The original top was leaking like crazy and was insanely loud going down the road. I had to yell at my passengers to have a conversation. So far, we've had some intense rain storms and absolutely no leaks at all in my Jeep and it's so quiet I can actually whisper to passengers in my car and be heard. The install was fairly easy. It definitely helps having a friend help you install it. With getting the old top and installing the new top, it took about 2 1/2 hours. The hardest part was just getting the old top off. There is minimal cuts that you have to do to the fabric to get the top on, but it's not noticeable at all. I absolutely love this new top!! I love the option of pushing back the top for a open top ride, and it's so easy and quick to do. I also love the sleek slanted back design. It definitely turns heads at stop lights and parking lots. You do lose a little cargo space in the back, but if you're not worried about that, get this top, you'll love it and won't regret it!!

          Drumaboy275

          Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

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        • 5/5

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          April 22, 2019

          Great Buy!

          This top was a great purchase for my JK. Took a few hours to install, love the look it gives my Jeep!

          MichelleS

          Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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