ThinSkinz

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hope everyone is looking forward to an amazing 2022.

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ThinSkinz are worth every penny! 10 out of 10 dogs agree.
 

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hope everyone is looking forward to an amazing 2022.

One of our earliest Instagram followers @DrivingEverest put the ThinSkinz to the test on one of his latest YouTube videos... Super awesome review and definitely a must-watch!




Make sure to Subscribe to his channel for more amazing Gladiator content Driving Everest YouTube Channel

As always if you guys have any questions about our Skinz, please send us an email to [email protected] or you can also call or text (949)880-6959
ThinSkinz and backseat dog hammock are the only way to travel with dogs.
 

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Andddddddd still can’t use them with manual windows😡
 

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Pull the window crank off, mark the shaft where it hits the back of the skin and drill. Pop the thin skin on and reattach the crank.


Andddddddd still can’t use them with manual windows😡
 

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Pull the window crank off, mark the shaft where it hits the back of the skin and drill. Pop the thin skin on and reattach the crank.
The clearance would be too tight. OEM rubs the door panel normally, can’t even slip a piece of paper in between. Would have to cut a large hole to clear the entire base. Also, the shape of the doors for manual locks and windows are different then the powered. There’s a notch for the handle that the powers ones doo not
 
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Hi, our Skinz do not accommodate manual window cranks, however, I saw a post on here from one of our customers who actually modified the skinz himself. Here is his post for reference

https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/thinskinz.47542/post-774336
Hmmm, seems like something like an extension could fix this, maybe too flimsy, probably will purchase if a manual window version releases, even if the price is a little more, just can’t imagine having the handle completely off
 

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ThinSkinz and backseat dog hammock are the only way to travel with dogs.
Or in a crate in the back if you have a topper. I've been carrying my dog in a crate in the way back of a wagon or SUV for decades. My bird hunting buddies all do the same in their pickups.

But if you don't want to put a topper on your truck then I guess that makes sense. ;-)
 
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