The “canopy cage” or whatever it is called would still be black if I am not mistaken. A person should probably planning on painting both for it to look right.
Possibly - but I wrapped it five months ago, I live in AZ and I power wash it regularly and it looks the same as the day I installed it. Most vinyl has a shelf life and needs to be replaced eventually.I know the guys here at incognito wraps in Vegas and they told me it will not hold over time due to the texture, that air/mositure can easily get in those pockets and cause lifting, that coupled with the hot Vegas sun. I won't be going that route. I wanna do it one time and have it last. But nonetheless, looks good on your Jeep
I'm thinking the textured finish is on the cheaper carbonized black top. The body colored painted top and Shadow Black painted tops will be smooth and have similar shine as the body does.That's the issue with the colour, I doubt it will be smooth surface uncles it's not made out of plastic and replaced in aluminium which I doubt
Yes! I have been looking at the glow in the darks. They are white in the day. I wrapped my Miata. In the background of the pix. This seems much easier since the lines are much less curvy.I might wrap it, depending on the pricing of the hard tops that Ford will offer. I honestly don't think if I matched the body color (antimatte blue) it would hold up as long due to the plastic material and perhaps wrapping might be a better option? I don't have experience with wraps, but I like to hear your feedback.
Dual Tops - Modular Shadow Black-Painted Hard Top
Dual Tops - Modular Body Color-Painted Hard Top
Dual Tops - Modular Body Black-Painted Hard Top