Full Hood Sand PVC with Side Windows - EXT21121 - Exmoor
110" Full PVC Hood
This hood fits to the front of the windscreen and goes all the way back to the tailgate. These hoods require the original type fitting hoop sets.
The screen rail must also be the TD5 type with the flat insert strip as fitted from 2000 onwards, it will not fit the earlier type with 4 internal clamping handles, if you have this earlier screen rail fitting you will need to only change part as the remainder of the hoops are the same throughout.
We manufacture everything by hand to give you the highest quality product possible.
The PVC OEM pattern hoods are a strong and durable cover for the Land Rover owner who needs a hood that can be easily maintained and take a bit of punishment.
The PVC has a more modern look over the traditional canvas, it is a superb upgrade from the canvas soft top, perfect for the working vehicle!
What is PVC & what are the benefits?
PVC is a coated fabric rather than a woven fabric which gives the hood a hardwearing exterior for those long winter months and grueling weather conditions.
Advantages of the PVC hoods:
- Higher resistance to fade due to its high light fastness properties
- Less likely to shrink
- Easily washed and can be cleaned with detergent
- Accessible through the zipped rear curtain and the rear panel which rolls up
- 100% waterproof
- Attaches to the sides with rope or bungee depending on model type
- Attaches to the tailgate with a bungee fitting
- Welded windows and seams for durability
Fitting Tip: Requires the original type hoop sets to ensure the best fit
Trim Technology in Coventry ceased to trade at the end of 2017 when the production of the Defender finished as they were appointed the original equipment manufacturer for the OEM Defender PVC soft tops. Over many years of production, they supplied just about all the PVC hoods for Defenders in the UK and around the globe.
Since that time, Exmoor Trim has stepped up to acquire all the original patterns, master samples and tooling required to manufacture these complicated hoods. All of which were signed off for OEM production and are a real treasure trove of automotive history.