Real world Factory Bronco Headliner (by Coverking) reviews

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So with the new accessory list we know Coverking makes the Bronco sound deadening headliner

I checked their website (LINK) and they make exactly the same one we saw from the Bronco picture, for the Wrangler. So I looked on some forums for reviews and there are positive.
example: https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/coverking-topliner.37185/page-2

"Well, we are 6 months in and love it. Have had a chance to drive a loaner hard top without it on the highway, and the noise difference is noticable. Best part is that we now have a couple of weeks with it in Arizona in hot weather, and it very effectively reduces the heat transfer into the interior from that black top. No issue with it so far."​
"Same here. We had some 100 degree days here in AZ and it makes a difference. I can't tell you if it's less or same than hot heads I had in my JK, cause I really don't have the side by side comparison anymore. But I don't feel the heat radiating on my head with the coverking like I do without it. So far, adhesion is good. I need a little more vbr tape around back window where it didn't have any (edges) but the adhesive it did come with is fine and has not budged. "​





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So with the new accessory list we know Coverking makes the Bronco sound deadening headliner.
I checked their website and they make exactly the same one we saw from the Bronco picture, for the Wrangler. So I looked on some forums for reviews and there are positive.
example: https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/coverking-topliner.37185/page-2

"Well, we are 6 months in and love it. Have had a chance to drive a loaner hard top without it on the highway, and the noise difference is noticable. Best part is that we now have a couple of weeks with it in Arizona in hot weather, and it very effectively reduces the heat transfer into the interior from that black top. No issue with it so far."

"Same here. We had some 100 degree days here in AZ and it makes a difference. I can't tell you if it's less or same than hot heads I had in my JK, cause I really don't have the side by side comparison anymore. But I don't feel the heat radiating on my head with the coverking like I do without it. So far, adhesion is good. I need a little more vbr tape around back window where it didn't have any (edges) but the adhesive it did come with is fine and has not budged. "
Is it the one on B & P, or an accessory? The reason I ask is that the off road recovery kits that are accessories are a far better bang for the buck than the one on B & P...
 

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Is it the one on B & P, or an accessory? The reason I ask is that the off road recovery kits that are accessories are a far better bang for the buck than the one on B & P...
As far as i know, they are the same. It would be offered from the factory or you could get it as an accessory.
 

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As far as i know, they are the same. It would be offered from the factory or you could get it as an accessory.
Indeed. And factory is more expensive because it comes installed.
There are two in accessories. Neither looks the same as the B & P one. Either looks better than the one In B & P. Thought I'd put my own together through after market stuff. Probably still go that way, (did with my 4 wheeler) but will see what the I can put together vs what I can buy as a kit....
 

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For $495 installed with warranty I'll get mine from Ford . Not a bad price at all . When pics were posted here on the forum I said it would most likely be the Covercraft product . I've had excellent results from their products over the years .
 

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