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Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top; Black Diamond (18-23 Jeep Wrangler JL 2-Door)

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      Merideth: Whether you have a soft top that needs a full replacement or you have a hard top and want the benefits that a soft top brings to the table, this Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top in Black Diamond will be a great choice to consider for your 2018 or newer 2-Door JL Wrangler. Now, this will be a great pick if you want more of an aggressive feel, with the slanted back look and the tinted windows, while featuring some different features compared to the factory design. The top will have the ability to configure into a bikini design with the easy-to-remove windows, and can be fully opened up with the assisted Sunrider feature in the front. Not to mention, this will have upgraded hardware and small details in the design that will make it incredibly user-friendly for the JL owner who's constantly using those features on their soft top.This will be made of a 28-ounce black diamond sail cloth material, very similar to the factory top, but will have a tough multi-ply design for upped durability. Now, on the back of the top you'll also see 18% 30-mil DOT-approved tinted windows, perfect for better insulation, and of course some more styling. Now, the windows will feature a hybrid design, with channels and durable zippers that will resist any sticking or derailing over time. Now, I would like to mention that this will not completely be a convertible top, meaning that it's not gonna fold all the way back and sit on the rear tailgate like your factory one did. However, this still will feature a fully open design with the Sunrider open and the rear windows off.When it comes to price, this will be a little bit more of an affordable choice compared to some other Bestop options, at around $1,000. This will be right in the middle when it comes to features that you can get with a soft top. Now, this is gonna be a complete top, so it's gonna come with all of the components in the kit that you need to swap over from a hard top to a soft top. This is also gonna be able to be configured in multiple different ways, with high-quality components. Now, other choices that you see on the page that are a little bit less expensive may not feature all of the bells and whistles that you see here, but then, on the other hand, some other more premium choices that can go for around $2,000 to $2,500 will have a lot of extra bells and whistles than you see with this top. So, I personally think if you're willing to compromise for a durable top that's going to give you the features that you want and it's also gonna look good while doing it, then this is gonna be a fantastic option.Now, install is gonna be a lighter two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done with some basic hand tools. And I would like to mention that you will want to install this in 73-degree weather or more, just because that is going to allow the fabric to stretch, since it is new, and it can contract about an inch or so in colder temperatures. Nonetheless, we're gonna head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of what the install looks like step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and jump into it.Man: The tools you'll need for this install are a 10 Torx driver, a T25 Torx socket in 1/4 inch, a T40 Torx socket in 3/8, a T50 Torx socket in 3/8, an 8-millimeter socket in 1/4 inch, and a short 1/4 inch extension, a 4-mill Allen key, a 3-mill Allen key, a 10-millimeter wrench. I used a curved wrench, but a straight wrench will work fine. A 1/4-inch ratchet, an 8-mill wrench, and a 3/8 impact.Hey. Today we're gonna be installing a soft top on our 2018 Jeep. Let's get started. The first step is to take the front two roof panels off, so let's head inside the cockpit, and we'll go and unclamp those two panels. The first step to unlock our roof panels is to pull the clamp farthest to the passenger side down, and then we're gonna go ahead and do the same thing on the driver side. Next, you can go ahead and spin the two clamps in the center, and then we just have to move to the back of the panels. Then we have one clamp on the back side of the driver side, and then an identical one on the passenger side, and then two in the center. Now that we have our two roof panels unclamped, we can go ahead and lift them off the top of the vehicle. I'm just gonna grab, reach my hand in, slide it out, and carry that one away. Once you have this side off, you can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side.Now we're ready to go ahead and pull the rear portion of the hard top up. Before we undo any bolts, what we're gonna do is go to the driver side rear, and undo two plugs there. Then there are six T50 Torx bolts around the base of the hard top, and then two more of those Torx bolts up on top. So, here we are at the driver side rear of the hard top, and we got these two plugs here. This one is for the power to the windshield wiper on the back glass, and this is the hose for the windshield washer fluid that goes to the back glass. We're gonna start by pulling this larger plug here, and pull the red safety release tab down. Pull the plug off. And then I'm gonna push this chrome tab down on the hose, pull it off. Now we're ready to start taking the bolts out.So, to take this first bolt out, it's a T50. Here I have my T50 Torx bolt on an impact. We're gonna pull that out. Then we can move on to the other two farther back than that, doing the same thing. And that guy out. And then one more, all the way in the back. This one might be a little tough to reach. Now that we have all those bolts out of the driver side, we can go ahead and do the exact same thing on the passenger side.Now we're ready to take the two bolts up off the top of the hard top, like I had said earlier, with the same T50. There's one on the driver and one on the passenger side. Go ahead and pull that out. And now we can go ahead and do the same thing on the driver side. Now that we have the hard top fully unsecured, we can go ahead and grab a friend and lift this off. And be really careful. Scratch the paint on the vehicle. And there is a roll bar in there, so what we're gonna do is back out first, away from the roll bar, and then carry it off.Now as nice as it would be to just throw the soft top up on top, we need to do a little bit of assembly first. So, we have some pieces that are included in the kit that we need to put together. These are gonna be the pieces that go on the sides, where the roll bar is. What we're gonna do is take one of the included plates, making sure that the logo is facing out. We're gonna set it in. Take one of our T10 Torx screws that are included with the kit. I'm using a T10 Torx driver. We're gonna set it in and screw these in. Now, these screws are coarse thread. You do cut the threads into the plastic when you put them in. So you're gonna take a little bit of pressure, push it down on the screw to get those threads started. We're not gonna tighten that one up right away. Just gonna get it started. I'm gonna put another one in, to make sure that all the holes line up before we tighten the first one down. Set a little bit of pressure to get those threads started, just like that. Now that we have those lined up, we can secure them down, just nice and snug. And then there are three more. We can go ahead and put them in, and then we can combine the lower half with the upper half.Okay. Now that we have those tightened down, gonna take that upper half. You're gonna notice that there is a little bit of a foam gasket inside the lower half. Going to slide them together, and compress that foam gasket, like that. We can take one of the included 4-millimeter bolts, pass it through from the bottom to the top. Then going to take one of the included washers, put it on the bolt, and then one of the nuts, and get that started. This is a nylon nut, so it's only gonna go so far with your fingers. Leave it about there. And we're going to take second bolt, same one as the first. I'm gonna pass it through from the outer, from the bottom side to the top side. Same thing. Another washer, and then another nut. And then we'll go as far as we can with our fingers, just like the first one.Now I'm gonna use a 4-millimeter Allen key. Put that in the head, just to hold the bolt still while we tighten the nut. I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter ratchet wrench. This is a curved one, just so I can get a little bit more range of motion. The normal wrench will work just fine too. Can put that on that 10-millimeter nut. Oops. Make sure it's going the right direction. Start to tighten these guys down. Don't go all the way, because, again, we are looking to line this up straight, and compress that gasket inside. So, when you get the top one snugged up, just totally okay, go ahead and snug the bottom one up. Tighten the top one down then, now that everything's lined up correctly. Not going super tight with this. Just enough. Now that we have this assembled, you can go ahead and repeat the same steps with the other pieces on the passenger side.So, now we have the soft top up on the table, and we're looking at the front brackets that extend out. We're gonna do a little bit of assembly on both of these before we can go ahead and put it on. So, to get started, we're gonna take one of these brackets, with the feet facing inward. We're gonna set it here. We're gonna take one of our 3-millimeter bolts, that are longer, like this. We're gonna put one of the included small washers on it, just like that, and pass it through that bracket. Then we can take one of the included plastic bushings. We're gonna face this with the skinnier side in to the rail. And how this works, these will sit in that larger hole, and create a barrier between metal to metal, so these don't wear out when you take your soft top on and off.So, the first one, we're going to put with the skinnier side facing the rail like this, onto the bolt. Then we can put this like that, pass it through. Don't pass it through all the way, because we're gonna take another one of those plastic bushings, push it on the other direction, just like that. We can take another one of those small washers, set it on the bolt. And then, to finish it all off, we have a 8-millimeter nylon nut. Start that with our fingers, but it does have nylon in it, so it will only go so far. Here we go. Now we're against the nylon. I'm going to take a 3-millimeter Allen key, just to hold the bolt still. And here I have an 8-millimeter socket on a 1/4-inch drive ratchet, and we're going to tighten these up. While you're tightening, make sure those plastic bushings are sitting correctly in the rail, or else nothing's gonna be lined up and it's not going to move right. We are going to go just snugged up with this, because it needs to be loose enough that this rail can still move. Once we've gotten that snugged up, this should still be able to rotate, and you can see that the whole bolt rotates. And now you can go ahead and do this same thing on the other side, making sure that this bracket has the feet facing inward.Next, we're gonna take this bracket, and there are two of these, and they are opposites of each other. So, we're using the one that the end is going up when this taper is going out. We're gonna do just about the same thing with the hardware. We're taking another one of those 3-millimeter-long bolts. We're going to put a washer on it. But what we're gonna do before that is pass it through the rail, and then our nylon washer, or bushing, is gonna go on the bolt, like that. And then this guy, with that end facing up, is going to slide in onto the bushing. And you use another bushing, put that on there. And then another small washer and another 8-millimeter nylon nut. Get that started by hand. Then when you can't go any farther, I'm taking my 3-millimeter Allen key. I'm gonna hold the bolt still. Then, again, I'm gonna use my 8-millimeter socket with 1/4-inch drive ratchet. We're gonna tighten that up, making sure that the nylon bushings are in the correct spot, pushed into the bracket, so that everything stays lined up correctly. I'm not going super tight with it, because it still needs to be able to move. That moves nicely. So, now we can go ahead and do this same thing with the other bracket on the other side.Now we're ready to take our assembled pillar cover, and put it on the car. So, we can go ahead and line up the base of this pillar where it needs to be. And it'll kind of fall into place when you have it right, just like that. Then up top, we have holes here that the bases of these drop into. I'm gonna try to line them up a little bit. It might take a little bit of finagling to get it there, but [inaudible 00:15:14] keep the bottom lined up. And there's one. And there they are. Okay. Once you have that pulled down, you might have to hold it to keep it there, but that these little latch arms that are on the hinge underneath, and they're actually drilled out in the inside, so you can put a bolt up through, into the receiving end on top. So, I'm gonna take one of these included really long T40 Torx bolts and fish it through, up to the top. I need to feel around a little bit with the end of the bolt. I started it with my fingers. Then I'm gonna take my T40 Torx socket on an impact. I'm gonna very gently get it going. Snug it up. Then we're gonna take another one of those T40 Torx screws. We're gonna do the same thing a little bit farther back. Snug it up. And then lastly, we're going to take one of these T50 Torx bolts and secure the base to the vehicle. Gonna drop this down into the hole, just like that, and I'm gonna tighten it with my hand, just to get it started. And I'm taking my T50 Torx socket on my 3/8 impact, and I'm gonna tighten it down. And once you have this side secure, you can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side.Now, at the back, we can go ahead and install both of the body caps, one on each side. So, you can see there's a tooth here that'll line up perfectly with this body hole here. So, this should set pretty nicely where it needs to go. And then we're gonna take one of these T40 bolts. These have a widened head, and a little bit of thread locker on them already. Can drop it down the hole, and get it started by hand. And then I'm gonna take my T40 Torx socket on my impact and tighten it up. Then you can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side. So, before we can go ahead and put our soft top on, we need to install a couple more rails on the roof of the Jeep. So, we're gonna be installing a set of these rails, and a set of these brackets.So, I'm up here on the roof of the Jeep. I'm looking at this bracket. We're going to make this so these feet are facing out from the vehicle. This is at the very back arch. I'm going to line this tab up with that hole there. And then up here, we have another hole. I'm going to take another one of those T40 wide-head Torx screws. I'm gonna get this one at the back end started, but I'm not gonna secure it down yet, because up here, going to take this bracket so that it is stepped down, and the L is facing into the vehicle. I'm gonna set that on top of that bolt hole, through the rail. Taking another one of these T40 Torx bolts, I'm going to get that started through both brackets, into the bolt hole below. And then up front here, gonna take one more of those Torx bolts, put it in front of that bracket. Now, you can see that in this bracket, the hole is widened, so there's actually movement that's allowed. We're going to tighten these bolts up, but not all the way, because we don't know that everything fits yet. So we're gonna make it so that we can still move and adjust a little bit before we tighten everything down.So, I'm gonna take my T40 Torx socket on my impact. Get that just about all the way down, where we still have a little bit of movement in it. That's too tight. Back it off a little bit, just like that. Now we can move that around. And then I'm gonna do the same to the other two bolts. This one on the end is not slotted. It's not widened. So, as long as you just make that close to all the way tight, so that this can still move, this one can be a little bit tighter than the others. Then we can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side.Now that we have both sides of these rails installed, we can go ahead and take this rear beam, and set both sides down on those feet, like that. Then we're gonna take four of these T40 Torx bolts. There's two on each side. We're gonna get 'em started by hand. Once you have one in, you can let go of this because it's not going anywhere. Now we can put these two same bolts in on the other side. One, and two. Now, see, we have some adjustment here. Can get it somewhat lined up, and we can tighten them down. We're not gonna go all the way down, because we're not ready to assemble the full thing yet. We still have a couple more rails here, and we wanna make sure those will fit. So I'm gonna leave them a little loose, so we still have a little bit of mobility, and this can still be adjusted from side to side. Then we can tighten down the other side as well. Not going all the way, so we still have some wiggle room.Next, we're gonna take this other cross rail, set it on top. I'm using two of these T25 Torx bolts on either side. I'm going to get it started by hand. One here, and then one on the other side. And then I have a T25 Torx socket with a little extension on a 1/4-inch ratchet, just so I can get to 'em a little bit easier. We're gonna start to tighten them down. Just like the other bolts, we're not gonna go all the way. We're gonna leave a little bit of wiggle room, because we still have to line these bolt holes up with the bolts on the other side of the rail. So, you can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side. Line the holes up, and put the bolts in, and then you're good to snug 'em all down.Now we're good to go ahead and set the soft top up on the roof, with the cover laying over the windshield of the car. We're gonna set this down, line it up. It should drop in pretty nicely. And then what we can do is go ahead and clamp down these clamps here along the front, just so we get some stability for the rest of the installation. So, to tighten down these clamps, there's a little hook that hangs down underneath. We need to pull the hook out separately, like that. Pull the arm down till the hook goes behind the tab on the soft top. And then we can just push and clamp it down. Then we can quickly go ahead and do the other side. Now we're ready to install two screws here on this plate. We're gonna use two on each side of these 4-millimeter Allen screws. Get 'em started, just like that. Using a 4-millimeter Allen key, screwing 'em right down. We are good to tighten these guys down right away. Then you can go ahead and put these screws in on the other side.Next, we're gonna set this piece in. This is called the bow. And it's gonna line up on both sides. Might be a little tricky to do from one side, that the back is on the outside of this bracket, and the front is on the inside of this arm. And kinda just set it down there, just like that. Using one of these long 3-millimeter Allen head bolts, I'm gonna put one of these small washers on it, right away, just like that. And then I'm gonna get one of those nylon bushings ready. I'm putting the bolt in on the front, from the inside, so that the smaller edge of the nylon bushing is inside the bracket here. You can push that through, just like that. Then I'm taking another nylon bushing. I'm going to push it onto the bolt from the other side. And then, another washer, and then, one of these 8-millimeter nuts. Get that started by hand, using an 8-millimeter socket and a 3/4-inch ratchet, just like that. And a 3-millimeter Allen key to hold the bolt steady. Have to do this without looking from the other side. I'm gonna start tightening this down. Going all the way tight on that, but not too tight, because it still needs to move a little bit, so you don't wanna go monster tight on it.Next, we're gonna do the same thing back here. The bolt doesn't line up quite right, so what we can do is pivot that joint we just tightened up, so that the bolt hole lines up. I'm gonna grab another one of those 3-millimeter bolts, then I'm taking another one of these nylon washers, or nylon bushings, rather. Right there. Slide the bolt through, just like that. Then I can take another one of the nylon bushings, push it in from the outside, the next washer, and then another one of those 8-millimeter nuts. I'm gonna take my 3-millimeter Allen, I'm going to put it in there, to hold the bolt still. And on the back end of this, I need to use a wrench rather than a socket. I'm using an 8-millimeter ratchet wrench. A regular wrench will work just fine, too. Just like that. And now that this is tight, and the front one's tight, we can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side.So, now that we have everything in place, we can go ahead around the whole vehicle and tighten down all of the bolts. Now that everything's tightened, what I'm gonna do is start feeding the soft top back over the roof. I have this Velcro strap here opened, and I'm lining it up with this cross brace as I pull this up and over the Jeep. Now we're inside the car, and we're gonna go ahead and close that Velcro strap we lined up from the outside. It's gotta go all the way across, so I'm pulling it at multiple points, just to get it as tight as possible, just make sure we get nice and secure onto that crossbar. Now that that Velcro is all done up, we're gonna go ahead and take the two clamps across the front of the windshield off. Just gonna pull down on those release tabs, just like that. And now we should be good to push the whole soft top up and over. Now that we have that pulled back, we can get out of the car and attach a few things on the outside.So, here on the side of the soft top, we have this little hook that's dangling, and that needs to go in the hole that's on the pillar cover. So, since this is back away from the front of the vehicle, it gets this close enough where we can drop it in. So, I have the soft top opened just about halfway. This is kind of the sweet spot that you need to get this clip long enough to pop into this hole. So, what I'm gonna do, have it about straight up, pretty close to straight up. Now pull down. I'm gonna drop this into the pillar cover, just like that. And then you can go ahead and do the same thing on the other side.While we still have the front of the soft top vertical, it's a great time to attach this Velcro strap to this cross beam here. So, I can go ahead and do that. And now, on to the very back, I have the soft top kinda turned inside out here at the corner, so you can see this little strip of Velcro that needs to attach to this brace. And then you have these flaps that have buttons on them. What they're gonna do is fold over the top bar, and button up to the buttons underneath on the backside, all the way down. And then, on the far corner, there's one more.So, at this point, we are ready to put in the side windows here. And I will say this can be pretty difficult. One of the signs of a good soft top is a lot of tension. Tension is good. It keeps everything nice and tight. This soft top is really tight. It can be difficult to put in. So, if you follow the steps in order that we do them, you're gonna have the easiest time getting it together at home. So, step one is gonna be sliding this trim piece up at the top here into this clip. We start that, slide it all the way in, just like that. And we're not gonna go quite all the way, because, on this piece here on the inside, this rear pillar, there's this hook that needs to get set on this cross beam that goes across the back. And it's gonna be really tough to get this on with this pulled all the way through, so we're giving ourselves a little bit of room. So, I have this side panel peeled back a little bit so you can see. I'm not gonna put the hook in right against the side. I'm gonna move over to the left a little bit, and drop it in, and then it can move around to about center. Then at the bottom, should be able to kinda line up that pillar piece where it needs to go.So, before we slide this side panel as far forward as it can get, I wanna point out that on the bottom, there are these big teeth, and the same on the inside, the side here, that grab onto this channel in the body and this channel in the pillar cover. So, what I'm gonna do is pull this in as far as it can go, just like that. And I'm gonna get this hooked around the edge. And this flap up at the top can go underneath the roof, like that. So, we're just going to get the teeth around the ledge. And this can be tricky, like I said. There's a lot of tension behind this. There's that side. I went ahead and pulled this down as far as it'll come. And I'm gonna be careful not to scratch the paint up in here. I'm gonna take those teeth one at a time, and drop them under the ledge. Take a little bit of force like that, just with your palm. If you can't get the second tooth started, you might be better off taking the end of the first tooth out a little bit. That'll give you a little bit of room to start with the next one. That's nice and secure, so now we can move around to the back.Now, you will notice that your rear pillar has drifted a little bit away from where it needs to sit because of the tension on the side. So what we're gonna do is push it back into place, and then take this strap with this button on it and clip it to the button that's on the inside of the cap here. That's gonna hold it nice and tight and in its place for you. And then there are two more sets of teeth right here. Go ahead and put them underneath there. And this one is going to be the most difficult of them all, because it's the last piece, with the most tension. Just take your time with it. Don't ruin the paint. There it is, just like that. And, just a pro tip, when you wanna go ahead and take your soft top back off, it's gonna be the easiest to do that in the reverse order as the installation with the sides. So, now that we've got this side done, we're gonna go ahead to the other side and do the same thing.And then, moving on to the back of the car, we're gonna go ahead and install the rear panel. So, there's another one of these channels up at the top, and what I'm gonna do is slide the channel into the receiving end on the actual top, start to pull it through. I'm gonna center it up, just about there, and then I'm gonna go ahead and move on to the bottom, and put our lower beam in. So, you're going to want to face this in the direction that it can push in to the receiving slot on the cap there. So, it'll fit just like that. And this will mount onto the bottom of the rear panel the same way. So, I'm just gonna slide that channel in, just like I did on the top, with it facing the right direction. I'm gonna put it on, but I'm not going to clip it into the chassis. I'm just gonna let it sit here while we start our zippers on the sides.Then, on to the sides, where the zippers are, what we're going to do is get this zipper started. This might be a little challenging to lift it up and get that lined up. And we're gonna go down about an inch. Just get it started on one side, and then we're gonna get it started on the other side. What we need to do is get them started, but not go all the way down on one side before we put the other side on. That'll make it pretty much impossible to get the other side started. So we just have to go a little bit on each side, and then we can zip them down. On to this side. There's gonna be some tension in here, so it might be a little difficult. Might have to pull it over, just to get it lined up. Then what I'm gonna do is get this rear beam pushed into place where it needs to be. Might have to slide it around to get it lined up correctly. Should be right there, just like that. And then when they're secured, go ahead and pull the zippers down. And I'm gonna walk them down on each side, because there's some pretty serious tension towards the bottom of the zipper, so you don't wanna go all the way on one side first. Here we go. Little by little. Okay. Finish that. And then this side. Finish that up. This had popped out. Just needs to seat underneath.And now that those are zipped up, what we can go ahead and do is lay these down. There's a piece of Velcro in this flap that goes onto the soft top like that. Gonna do the same thing on the other side. And then, I can fold the top cover down and line that Velcro up over those side pieces there, just like that. Gonna push them down. Then I'm gonna close the tailgate a little bit, and just go gingerly at first, to make sure everything lines up okay. That looks like it fits pretty well.Now we can go ahead and put the front of the soft top down. Should just be able to pull it. And this is gonna keep all that tension in the top, pull it all forward. You can see the side flaps start to come down. And as this comes down, I'm kinda holding this up so it doesn't get bunched on the Velcro. You can fold that down there. And then I'm just gonna reach in and clamp this back down, like that. There's one. Make sure the Velcro is secured. Then you can go ahead and do this same step on the other side, and that's install complete.That wraps up our install for the Bestop Trektop NX Soft Top Black Diamond, for the 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL 2-Door. For all things Jeep, keep it right here at

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      Features & Specs

      • Should Be Installed at a Temperature Above 72°F Since Fabric May Contract an Inch or More at Colder Temperature
      • Shipping Can Cause Contraction or Wrinkling, but Will Resolve Itself a Few Days After Installation
      • Premium Soft Top Assembly
      • Fast Back Styling
      • Open-Air Option With the Sunrider™ Sunroof
      • Comes in a Factory-Style Black Diamond Sailcloth
      • Tough 28-Ounce, Multi-Ply Premium-Grade Fabric
      • Top Arch Bars Made of Extruded Aluminum
      • Sunrider Assembly With High-Strength Steel and Engineered Thermoplastic Polymer
      • With 18% Tinted, DOT-Approved 30-Mil Windows
      • Removable Side and Rear Windows
      • Zipperless Technology Combined With Durable Zippers
      • Bolt-On Installation
      • Backed by a 5-Year Limited Warranty
      • Fits All 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL 2-Door Models


      Versatile NX Soft Top. Give your Jeep an appealingly tight, neat, and tough soft top look with the all-new Bestop Trektop NX Black Diamond Soft Top. This premium soft top assembly let’s you enjoy the breeze with its Sunrider™ flip-back panel and removable side and rear windows for a bikini style. It also utilizes the zipperless technology for an improved fit and easier installation.

      Heavy-Duty Construction. Bestop used durable, 28-ounce multi-ply, high-grade fabric that significantly minimizes outside noise and enhances insulation to give you a more comfortable ride. It comes in a factory-style black diamond sailcloth to give your Jeep a tough appearance and protection. The top arch bars were crafted from extruded aluminum and the Sunrider assembly is composed of durable steel and premium thermoplastic polymer.

      Bolt-On Installation. The Trektop NX Soft Top is designed for a moderately easy, straightforward installation and includes all the necessary hardware and components. It takes a couple of hours to complete the installation process with light-to-moderate mechanical skills. It also works with all factory half and full steel doors.

      Limited Warranty. A 5-year limited warranty is provided by Bestop for this Trektop NX Black Diamond Soft Top that covers factory defects in materials and workmanship. Please check the terms and conditions for the exclusions and further details.

      Application. Bestop designed the Trektop NX Black Diamond Soft Top for all 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL 2-door models.

      Installation Note.This soft top should be installed at a temperature of 72°F since the fabric may contract an inch or more at colder temperatures. The top will contract and wrinkle during shipping, but have no fear. A few days after installation, the fabric should look fine.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Fabric Top
      • (1) Driver Side Window
      • (1) Passenger Side Window
      • (1) Rear Window
      • (2) Door Surrounds
      • (1) Front Top Arch
      • (1) Rear Top Arch
      • (2) Side Bows
      • (1) Middle Bow
      • (1) Rear Bow
      • (1) Tailgate Mounts
      • (1) Tailgate Bar
      • (1) Web Strap With Snap Hook
      • (4) M8 x 75mm Knobs
      • Foams and Seals
      • Brackets
      • Installation Hardware

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