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    Awesome product. Blocks a lot of sun and results in a cool ride. Wind is cut down a lot with everything off BUT leaves enough wind to feel it. So your not missing that open air feeling.

    AND!!!! they offer 10% discount for military. USMIL is the coupon code.

    http://www.spiderwebshade.com/
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    Ive had mine for about three years now. It's probably my favorite comfort mod.
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    I bought mine last year at Jeep Beach and it is a real lifesaver


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    We found out last weekend that when caught in a stray thunderstorm they will keep most of the water off of you as long as you are moving.

    Stoplights, well, that's a different story! :P
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    I looked at them, and then made my own for about $30... I love it! I'd recommend them to anybody, keeps the sun off but lets you enjoy the open feeling and it protects my bald head from turning red!

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    Great product! Have them on my tube doors and top for 4 years now and still look great. No mx issues, elasticity still there. Constantly gets compliments during summer months.

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    Sweet. May have to get that vice putting my soft top kit back on.
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