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Old 06-10-2011, 08:13 PM   #1
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Doors question

Hello everybody. I just recently bought my first Jeep. Unlimited model with the four doors. A few days after getting it, I took the doors off. Sadly, we had a bad storm recently, and I had to put the doors back on. Man, I don't know if I was doing something wrong, but it was a chore getting those doors back on. Heavy, cumbersome, and awkward. Could any of you more experienced Jeepers offer up any advice on an easier way to put the doors back on? 1st post for me. Thanks guys!

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Practice

I roll down the window and put my arm through. My hand grips the top while supporting the weight on my shoulder, line it up and lift on into the hinges.

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I use the same method. It gets easier with practice.
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I use the same method. It gets easier with practice.
I had to actually think about it, lol
kind of hard to explain
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Thanks for all the advice guys. I'm getting my bikini top and trail cover tomorrow so looking forward to going doorless and topless again!
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