Want to replace your Jeep Grand Wagoneer Woodgrain?
Checkout these samples…
To say the least, I need replacement Jeep wood grain.
As a result, I went on the hunt looking for replacement vinyl wood grain for my 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
To identify possible sources of wood grain, I searched many of the Jeep forums and found multiple sources. After narrowing down my selection, I chose to get samples from Auto Trim Designs (lowest price & order piece by piece) and Team Grand Wagoneer (full kit with vinyl and trim).
Let’s take a look at the vinyl wood grain samples….
These long vinyl wood grain samples are the ones from Auto Trim Designs:
In reviewing the replacement jeep wood grain, the Auto Trim Designs vinyl felt like it was high quality vinyl, but the marine teak (sample on the left) has a green-ish tent to the wood grain. As you can see, it was not an ideal match. With this said, one of the great things about Auto Trim Designs replacement Jeep wood grain is that you can order it panel-by-panel, and it is a very good price.
Now let’s look at the replacement Jeep Grand Wagoneer wood grain samples from Team Grand Wagoneer…
Now, let’s take a quick look at the replacement wood grain trim from Team Grand Wagoneer…
As you can see from these pictures, the replacement Jeep Grand Wagoneer wood grain trim has a pinker tint to it than the OEM trim. With this said, it looks and feels nice. It is also the correct width. I have seen a few Grand Wagoneers with replacement trim that is way to thin… it did not look very nice IMO.
Finally, lets take a look at all of these wood grain vinyl samples together…
Hopefully this side-by-side comparison of replacement Jeep Grand Wagoneer wood grain vinyl will help you make the correct selection for your installation needs.
My opinion is that the Team Grand Wagoneer has the best match compared to the original wood grain on my Jeep.
With this said, since I only need to replace the wood grain on my tailgate I would consider ordering just the back from Auto Trim Designs and see if it looks good enough based on the low price.
Please post in the comments what you did with your replacement Jeep wood grain!