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Old 06-18-2007, 06:53 PM   #1
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can somone tell me what size torques bit i need to take the door off? only one buy one.

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You don't need a torx to take the doors off unless you want to remove the hinges for some reason.

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You don't need a torx to take the doors off unless you want to remove the hinges for some reason.

:chair: Silly TJ Owner....... You do need a Torx to remove the doors on a JK. It appears to be a T45, but if you call me at the shop tomorrow, I can tell you for sure......


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Old 06-18-2007, 09:59 PM   #4
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thanks joe.
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:chair: Silly TJ Owner....... You do need a Torx to remove the doors on a JK.
Err oops, Yes I feel stupid now
BTW, I own a YJ
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Old 06-19-2007, 07:10 AM   #6
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what the H*LL must jeep change every working idea they have come up with.. it started with the inline six and went all the way to the freakin doors
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Old 06-20-2007, 08:52 PM   #7
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Torx Bit size is a T50 to take the doors off in case anybody was wondering
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Old 06-20-2007, 08:56 PM   #8
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This is a warning!!!!!!! Do not reply to JK questions, unless your name is Joe. That will alleviate a lot of problems. If you are a JK owner, direct all your questions to Joe, at Absolute off Road, as none of the rest of us have any idea. Thanks for your cooperation.


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By the way, I think that because of the obvious differences with the new JK, I vote that a whole new web site be dedicated to them. I don't think that any of the rest of us can be of any service to them. Just my opinion, and I am getting very upset with it. Thanks.
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:13 PM   #9
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Nope... that was definately a shot at me...
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:19 PM   #10
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Not at all. It is obvious that the JK is something entirely different than what has been produced so far. I don't think it is fair for us lower Jeep owners to have to understand the problems that the newer Jeep owners are facing. We really are not in the same ball park. There is no way, other than buying one for ourselves, that we can even begin to relate to your questions. Therefore I think that Wrangler Forum should have an exclusive site, for the JK crowd. I am not being mean, or upset. I just see this as futile cross breeding.
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:23 PM   #11
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:26 PM   #12
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its cool, now that you mention it, my dog kinda looks like a duck in that picture.. Maybe I should have named her Aflac instead of Lilly... people are not going to get it because I was changing it before I read your post
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:28 PM   #13
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Dang man, now I look completely insane.
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:30 PM   #14
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You, insane? Never!!!!!!!!!
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Tiny, does your avitar keep changing everytime I come on here or am I goin nuts too?
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Tiny, does your avitar keep changing everytime I come on here or am I goin nuts too?
I have nooooooooooo idea what you're talking about la la la.
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am i really or are you just messing with me... i could have sworn her avitar was a hello kitty with a 666 shirt on an hour ago..
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am i really or are you just messing with me... i could have sworn her avitar was a hello kitty with a 666 shirt on an hour ago..

Yes it was Hello Satan for a while, and before that it was Tank Girl (which it will be again as that's my regular avy), but I like the Bad Kitty Smokin' right now. So, I guess I'll let you know, you aren't insane. Sorry.
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Woo Hoo!!! its been confirmed.. I haven't totally lost it... yet...
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:53 PM   #23
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:54 PM   #24
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but i kept my ticket...
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Nope. Hand must be stamped. And be careful, it washes off real easy.
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Is it one of the cool ones like you get at a Fair??? I swear that stuff is made out of Anti Sieze both of them seem to get all over the place
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its the grey stuff you put on bolts so they dont freeze up... kinda looks like silver vasoline.. it is the opposite of Loc-tite... you messing with me again? I can't tell when your serious or not...
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This is a warning!!!!!!! Do not reply to JK questions, unless your name is Joe. That will alleviate a lot of problems. If you are a JK owner, direct all your questions to Joe, at Absolute off Road, as none of the rest of us have any idea. Thanks for your cooperation.


Joe, I do say that with the utmost respect to you, and your profession.

By the way, I think that because of the obvious differences with the new JK, I vote that a whole new web site be dedicated to them. I don't think that any of the rest of us can be of any service to them. Just my opinion, and I am getting very upset with it. Thanks.


WHOA!!! I dont know EVERYTHING JK, But I am trying my best!! See, I was wrong about the Torx size, and to be honest, I ran out to my garage and looked at my bolt and thought it was a T45. I was wrong, It was a T50. But I had to go to the shop to check it. Believe it or not, us mechanics try to get as far away from it as we can afterhours...... Axel, this whole thing going on here with bad info from other people who know quite a bit, but it does not neccecarly apply to what you are working on. I seem to remember the suspension install on your jeep was the same way. Way to many people trying to do something close to what they were used to, but somehow it was not exactly right. Lets just all be friends again....

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