New Sunshade for Windshield!

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I bought the same one and agree fits perfect.
 

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i took one from my other car and folded the shi* out of it! :LOL:
 

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This is why I love Jeeps, my Covercraft windshade from my '05 Wrangler fits near perfect in my '22 JT. A little heavier, but incredibly awesome at blocking heat. I have the Covercraft shades in all my vehicles now.

Edit: The actual reasons this one works for me, it's about a 1/4" thick and a stiff board like shade, makes it extremely insulated. Downside is it is bulkier, the Wrangler/Gladiator ones are small enough it doesn't matter, but I've had them for a Taco and Forester and those are BULKY to store, but worth it for me.
 
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Have had the Savadicar for about two weeks now. Fit like a glove at first with no gaps at all and now has about a 1.5" gap on each side from bending and not laying flat against the window anymore. Still works for the most part and the top still tucks up behind the front bar, but concerned it may not stay put much longer. Just FYI...
Savidicar shade - 1.jpg
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I don't use a sunshade, but we used to install a ton of these when I worked in truck accessories, and they were pretty damn good

https://eclipsesunshades.net
 

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I've tried several different windshield sun shades over the years for my Jeeps/cars/trucks, including Weathertech, Covercraft, HeatShield and a few different OEM ones. The best sunshade, without any doubt, is the Intro-Tech Ultimate Reflector. It combines the light weight of a roll-up with the ease of use of a fold-up. It comes with a storage pouch, and it folds up to a very compact size. I like the silver, but they make gold as well.

http://www.intro-techautomotive.com/ultimate-reflector.html

The reflective silver ones are:
JP-25A-R with brake assist.
JP-25-R without brake assist.
 

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I bought the one listed from Amazon. Very pleased with the way it fits and it was only $20

 

 
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