EmuWing develops gullwing side access solutions for many popular vehicles, allowing easy access all around and adding more functional, useable space where it is needed most. No permanent modifications are required on the vehicle - no drilling or cutting of the body, the EmuWing frame is glued in place of the existing window and can be removed in future. Lockable, secure and twin gas strut assisted, the kit contains all the parts you will need for a complete DIY installation, although we can also help to arrange fitting where required.
"I even use them when my 4wd is parked up at home instead of opening both spare wheels and both tailgates"
"Got'em love'em and recommend'em. Great addition."
"They are awesome!!! No leaks, dust or water. They made it soo much easier to access the cargo bay without having to open the tyre hanger and Jerry can holder"
The EmuWing makes accessing the hardest to reach places easy and replaces the rusty rear sliding windows of the older vehicles. It is no longer neccesary to find clearance to swing away any rear mounted accessories to access the back of your wagon, even when a cargo barrier is fitted. When opened our frame offers the largest possible space to access the vehicle, with concealed hinges that are hidden from sight when closed giving an almost factory appearance from the outside. Our Aluminium kits keep the sun and heat as well as prying eyes out of the back of your car.
A great deal of time has been spent developing the EmuWing and coming up with a tough, reliable solution with many components made from Stainless steel ensuring the long life of our kits in even the toughest conditions.
News 6-03-2017 : We have been quietly working on updating our solution for the SWB GQ Patrol, we should have something available for this vehicle in the coming weeks. We are now commencing work on a kit to suit both the LWB and SWB Jeep JK Wrangler hardtop - keep an eye on the website and our Facebook page for progress updates.
You can see selection of videos here including a full real time installation on an 80 series: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCluw-3RnlhLk81ZJCb9YLgQ