JK: Axis Sun Visor Kit – Front

SKU 4840002
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The JK/JKU Axis Front Visor Kit includes both front left and front right replacement visors for the Axis Sun Visor System (# 4840000).

The innovative TeraFlex JK/JKU Axis Sun Visor System addresses many of the shortcomings of the OEM sun visors such as compromised outward visibility, which could negatively affect driving safety. With its optically clear tinted sun visors, the system provides an unobstructed field of vision with reduced glare, reflection, and eye strain for both driver and front passenger.

The multi-position lenses can be adjusted to simultaneously block the sun’s UV rays and glare from the front and sides as well as directly above with the top off. Lenses are made from impact resistant acrylic for long-term durability.


• JK Wrangler (2-door)
• JKU Wrangler Unlimited (4-door)


• Axis front visors - pair - front left & front right


• Optically clear tinted acrylic lens reduces eye strain
• Reduces general glare
• Allows unobstructed visibility
• Multi-position adjustment
• TeraFlex Lifetime Warranty


• Optional Axis Adjustable Friction Knobs (# 4840010).

• Optional Axis Front Vanity Mirror Kit (# 4840030).

• Optional Axis Accessory Mounts (# 4840050).

• Replacement Axis Front Visor Kit (# 4840002).

• Replacement Axis Side Visor Kit (# 4840001).

• Replacement Axis Opaque Black Front Visor Kit (# 4840060).

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April 14th 2018
Steven Walsh
Fairly easy install, aligning the mounting brackets to the factory mounting points was a bit tough but it is not the product's fault, just a weird location to work. It is a very helpful product to have though, it reduces glare very well and still allows for complete vision of the road. I did run into a few small hiccups: 1. I don't know if it's because the sun visor alignment changed from the 1st gen JK (07-10) to the 2nd gen (11-pres) but I couldnt get the Axis cross-bar to clip into the existing factory visor support clips without excessively bending the cross-bar (I felt it was excessive anyways; the bar would immediately pop out once I got it clipped in, which led me to believe there was too much tension). 2. I also couldn't get the cutout portions at the top of the Axis visors to line up with the factory visor support clips in order to install the Axis rod mounts. Lastly, keep in mind that the Axis visors may get in the way of your hard/soft top retaining hardware, so be sure to adjust the visor location as necessary to ensure you can still fully utilize your top.