Do you mind if I ask what made you pick Alu-Cab over RLD? I’m on the fence. Thanks
@LifesaverJT started an alu-cab thread, he's got the first official alu-cab for a JT in the states.I'm curious as well. There is good cases for both. One thing I'm interested in seeing is how the cab fits the profile of the Jeep from the front. I know on the Tacomas it doesn't follow the contour of the Taco well. I think it'll fit better on a JT.
His photos show an almost perfect slope matching the cab.
The hinges run the whole length of the doors.
There are built in load bars on top and bottom of roof.
The top load bars don't stick up as much as the rlds.
The top is equal height of cab in the middle, but edges taper down on cab, see @LifesaverJT s photos.
Looks more utilitarian.
Alu-cab has A TON of accessories and I believe is a more tried/tested company from the searches I've done, might be wrong.
@smlobx ordered one and he's cool, look at his profile pic.
Dynamic load is less
Possible stainless is stronger than aluminum
Stainless is easier to repair (I think).
Alu-cab can't be factory painted (but I'm probably keeping mine black anyways).
I was willing to give up the dynamic load for better hinges, better look IMO and the load bars under the roof built in.