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Just wanted to confirm that 45” in length is correct? As the photos appear to show that they go almost entire length of cap.
No problem. See attached photo.

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Please see below.

Been wondering since Monday (11th), when I re-started following along the ROKON (Alu-Cab) Thread, what RSI's "Reaction Score" is (currently) and what, if any, Modifications RSI may be contemplating.
We have a detailed process that our team follows to deliver the results we are looking for. Once we test fit and validate a prototype there are normally no medications required.

Q#1 - Do the EVO's come with SHIMS or other "quick fixes" necessary for that "perfect" Fit & Alignment ? ?
We would encourage you to check out our installation instructions or our assembly and installation video.

Q#2 - As I suggested in a ROKON Post (yesterday), will the FACT that the EVO's come in 5 parts, "enable" the assembler to make certain adjustments to minimize or stop Issues such as 'Steffen707' is having with his Alu-Cab fitment-issue install (same ROKON Thread) ? ?
The 5-piece modular design has been engineered with incredibly tight tolerances that leave no room for "adjustments" in the assembly process. This ensures that the cap is assembled to our specifications--meaning your cap will be watertight.
Answer #1 --Good to know, "no medications required" - I'm already on to many meds as is, doctor says I should consider cutting back . . . ;) :LOL: .

Also good . . . NO SHIMS Required or provided .
 

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@RSI North America Inc - Looking for any other "teammates?" :like: I'd love to have this on my overland rig. I'd have big plans for a piece like that...

Sharp looking cap, and it's at the top of my list, but I'll probably wait to see what the offering from Ursa Minor is before making any decisions.
I've been one of those wishing & hoping for the Wrangler JLU version . . . for years, when it was originally supposed to be months . . . remember that ? Now with the Worldly Disruptions, waiting for a Gladiator "Cap Camper" from Ursa Minor, even though hinted at by them, gonna be a LOOONG WAIT . Mind yu this is My Speculation, but is based on their history of "on-time delivery" !?. There are a few options, similar, that could do in a pinch, but like you I think Ursa Minor does a vastly Superior job - at least with the Current Wrangler stuff . TV Blue-Bears want us to "enjoy the Go," I hope you can "enjoy the Wait" . . . :CWL: :)
 
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I've been one of those wishing & hoping for the Wrangler JLU version . . . for years, when it was originally supposed to be months . . . remember that ? Now with the Worldly Disruptions, waiting for a Gladiator "Cap Camper" from Ursa Minor 9 even though hinted at by them, gonna be a LOOONG WAIT . There are a few options, similar, that could do in a pinch, but like you I think Ursa Minor does a vastly Superior job - at least with the Current Wrangler stuff . Blue Bears want us to "enjoy the Go," I hope you can "enjoy the Wait" . . . :CWL: :)
Ouch, I didn't realize it had been that long for the JL folks.

We'll see how it goes!
 

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Will the Smart Cap be available in both the EVO and EVOc versions here in the US? I would prefer not to have glass/plastic windows on the sides for several reasons like people being able to see what is inside and then smashing one or a wild tree branch hitting one and cracking or smashing it.

The rear window on the "C" version also looks more secure and theft proof.

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Will the Smart Cap be available in both the EVO and EVOc versions here in the US? I would prefer not to have glass/plastic windows on the sides for several reasons like people being able to see what is inside and then smashing one or a wild tree branch hitting one and cracking or smashing it.

The rear window on the "C" version also looks more secure and theft proof.

Screenshot_2020-05-15 Truck Caps, Pick-Up Truck Canopy Camper Shells.png
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That had already replied that both would but the C would be later. From what they said the rear is the same except for the added screen
 

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I must have missed that going thru all the 6 pages of posts here. Thanks for the info, I think the "C" is more suited to overlanding/off roading. Hope the wait isn't that long as the only changes is changing over the gull wing and rear door.
 

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Ouch, I didn't realize it had been that long for the JL folks.

We'll see how it goes!
Don't forget to keep track at 'U.M.' website for the Expected delay times from - time of Order / down payment to time of Delivery or time when you can Go and have them install -- just prior to the Covid-19 Debacle it was ~ 4 months . . . IF people are ordering the JLU version while not in production I can "only imagine" the WAITING PERIOD . . . ugh ! And they haven't finalized a Gladiator version and we don't know wether it will even be like the Ursa Minor, or just another Bed Cap "thing" ? Gotta say though, IF they had a Cap/Camper like for the Wranglers I'd still be in the running for a Gladiator . . . but . . . RAM 1500 (2021) with an RSI EVOc "will have to do," ha
 

                           













































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