The ultimate in quiet comfort, durability and performance - introducing the DV8 Off Road Ranger Fast Back Hardtop. Built in the United States, this beauty uses high quality seals, fiberglass, and advanced aerodynamics to produce the quietest top on the market. Remember what your radio sounds like? Well you will when this top is installed. And as far as quality, it is all solid perfection with hand-laid honeycomb reinforced fiberglass, 31% tinted DOT approved glass, de-tuned air vent, rear defrost window, and a military grade carpeted headliner. Stunning.
Weather an issue? Well, don't suffer in silence any longer with some other bulky top that takes forever to install or remove. With the DV8 Off Road Ranger Hardtop's ultra-easy quick release latching system, you can put on or take off the top faster than it took to write this sentence. Simple. Or, if time is really short, this hardtop has a removable front section that can open up just the driver/passenger area if you desire.
Available in textured and raw primer finishes, with or without a wiper kit.
Eye-Catching Fastback Design: Beautiful rear fastback look with additional aerodynamic functionality that provides a unique, game changing appearance.
Removable Front Panel: Pull away front section provides an easy to employ open-air experience without the hassle of tools or hard to carry parts.
Whisper Quiet Interior: Thanks to hand-laid honeycomb reinforced fiberglass, as well as a military grade carpeted headliner and thick rubberized seals, this top blocks out nearly all exterior noise to provide a 'luxury car' type interior experience.
Functional Side and Rear Windows: With rear defrost and 31 percent tint, the DV8 Ranger Fastback Hardtop side and rear windows not only provide superior visibility, but enhance security and help keep the Jeep's interior climate comfortable.
- Fast Back Hard Top
- Top with Wiper Option Includes Wiper, motor, and cover!
- Features: Fiberglass, Removable, Slant Back
- Color: Black or Paintable Primer
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DV8 Offroad Ranger Fast Back Hardtop Options
|Part Number||Catalog #||Price|
|HT07FB42||11096.1010||Textured Black||Without Wiper||$2,542.49|
|HT07FB42-P||11096.1011||Paintable Gray Primer||Without Wiper||$2,542.49|
|HT07FB42-PW||11096.1013||Textured Black||With Wiper||$3,194.99|
|HT07FB42-W||11096.1012||Paintable Gray Primer||With Wiper||$3,194.99|
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DV8 Offroad Ranger Fast Back Hardtop Reviews
I have had this top for about a year now. Still leaks at the front of the front doors. I got the painted black version and within 6 to 8 months the top was gray. My factory hard top is still black and is on my wife’s jku still being used, now I’ll have the cost of repainting. Seals and rear glass and wiring for defrost are subpar for the cost of the top. I do get complements on how it looks and it is quieter. I wish the targa was two pieces so when it is off you could take it with you like the freedom tops. Looks good but not sure I would buy again.
Took longer than expected to get here. 3 week turn around from day ordered to the day it arrived. The fitment was ok, lots of elbow grease and pushing and pulling to get it bolted down and n place. Then it rained for 2 days straight, rear half is sealed up, the targa top leaks bad, after several attempts of adjusting clips and adding more weather stripping. Save yah a couple bucks and check out your local salvage yard (Pick &Pull).
I have nothing but constant leaks around where the front doors meet the frame at the top. In addition, my jack-well in the back is full of water for the second time (I took more pics this AM, will put them on the Wrangler forums). The rubber insulation around the rear window is faulty / does not seal. so the carpet in the very back gets soaked, then it drains into the the jack well in the rear. I only discovered this on a sunny day (post 2 days of rain) while she was sitting in the driveway. Post this, try to get it to look "correct" with a factory front header above the windshield.