the nut size is 10mm and it looks like u got all the nuts off. do not under estimate the weight of the doors. there full doors and very heavy just roll ur windows down and use the window frame to lift the doors out of the hinges. dont be afraid to use all ur strength to lift the doors out.
W.W.J.D. (What Would Jerry Do???)
I'm not sure what it is that is in your pics, the pics are not clear enough to figure out what's there. All I can say for sure is that the nuts the factory installs that hold the doors on take a 13mm wrench to remove/reinstall.
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Looks like it is just gummed up spray some wd-40 on it. And use some elbow grease behind it and should pop off. Swing door back and forth will picking up on the door maybe ask for a hand from a friend. Then put a little grease on it before you put doors back on good luck
Thats what mine look like with the bolt off but i have half doors little less weight first time off is always little tight
A word to the wise, that is what my doors looked like, the nuts are missing . The doors were a real PITA to get off and when I finally got the doors off I ended up taking one of the bushings inside the hinge with it, so be careful to watch the hinge when the door starts to come loose. My doors are full doors and not real bad but they are a little heavy for the size.
It looks like someone cut the threads off where your bolts would go so i would just go ahead and muscle out the doors. Ive even heard of people using jacks to get the doors off, make sure you put some grease on them so you only have to do it once
I used a floor jack, a small 2x4 and a towel to for cushion between the door and the wood. I had to do the when I first bought the jeep from P.O.
Never again though, I just spray a squirt of wd40 in there now and then and they come off with ease.
First time I did it with the jack those doors were so tight that I thought the jeep was gonna start lifting off the ground before the doors budged.
Right on, jpoutlaw. My 14 yo son and I swung them back and forth for quite a while while trying to put monster upward pressure on them and slowly but surely they finally lifted off. Very heavy so be prepared as others have said. I lighty sanded the hinge pins and put a bit of grease on them and now they easily lift right off without even having to swing them. Be sure you have a place to store those heavy beasts and a Harley Davidson mirror will fit in the hinge.
However, they are awkward and the first time pulling them up you need to watch that you don't put it into the side of the Jeep.
I typically stand mine up on some carpet in the garage. I put a towel between them. I know others have hangers and hang them up. It's cool enough up here even during the summer that those morning drives can be pretty cool.
Wow, cripp. Which jeep doors are heavier than the full steel doors in your opinion? My old CJ-5s had full canvas doors and I could just toss those in the back. These full steel doors are like a bag of quick-crete. I must getting old.