Xprite Ultralight Hood Combat Series Tough Durable Lightweight for a Jeep Wrangler JK/JKU

Ultralight Fiberglass Hood with No Drilling

Reduce the weight of your Jeep and increase ventilation. Transform your Wrangler into an overland vehicle for a long-distance offroad expedition.


 

Ultralight Fiberglass Hood Wrangler JK

 

    Xprite White Fiberglass Super Light Hood for JK and JKU Unlimited
  • Product Review
  • Top quality fiber glass and expect love at the first sight. Looks impossible to crack, peel or break if you hit stray branches on the trail. And, of course, will never corrode. Mounting holes perfectly match the factory mounting points of your Wrangler JK or Unlimited. No drilling (use your own basic trail tool kit only). I recommend you to add brand new (and quality) washer nozzle for best results when you'll spray windshield washer. It's only like $20 and worth the investment here.
  • Works with the stock hood latches but maybe you should think about replacing them eventually. It's a good investment if you are serious about Jeep offroading.
  • The hood is shipped in white color because it's the color of the primer (in other words : it's unfinished and you need to paint it!).

 

Lightweigt Hood Wrangler JK 2Doors

Paintable Ultralight Hood Wrangler JK

 

 

Paintable ultralight hood for Jeep JK 2Doors and 4Doors


The Xprite hood is sold unfinished (basic white primer color). What does it mean? You will have to pain it (and customize it too if you want). Prep-work sanding, cutting, filling, body word and primer is already done. You only need painting to complete the job (Do it Yourself and Be Creative!).

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Extra Heat Ventilation Ultralight Hood Wrangler JK

 

Xprite ZS00871" *Will match with original mounting holes on any stock Jeep JK or Unlimited

5.0 stars based on 2 reviews
$699.00 New (or less)

 

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