What I did was disable the inside door lock switch.
The reason I did this was so that I can take my upper doors with me wherever I go, then when I park I install the upper doors, and because the inside door locks are disabled, the only way to open the door is with the key, and you cant take the upper doors out without opening the door.
Its a bit annoying sometimes having to use the key but at least my expensive upper doors wont be stolen.
ummmm just out them behind the drivers and passengers seat, between the seats and the bench, if your worried about them scratching throw a blanket between them, but mine were already scratched when i got them and i haven't found any new scratches form just tossing them back there
I put my upper halves and the rear-side windows behind the rear seat, I sandwich the rear parts between the half door windows and then drop the top as usual. When i'm done I flip the rear seat forward a few inches and stick the windows with the mounting posts sticking up (so I don't scratch the amp). everything fits pretty good
2006 SE 6 Speed, Solar Yellow. Zone 2" Hydro BB, Sway Links, and Steering Stabilizer. 31x10.5-15 Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo. Alpine CDA9813, Polk MM6, Polk C400.4
I am looking to buy a 2006 Wrangler X Sport with a soft top and half doors and would get a pretty large lock box, which requires taking the rear seat out. Would I be able to put the front windows on top of the lock box? If they would fit on the floor without the seat back there, they'd fit on the lock box. Any thoughts?