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Old 06-12-2011, 07:28 PM   #1
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Rear window frame

So I plan on taking my doors off again on my 4 door unlimited and wanted to ask how many of you remove the black plastic rear door frame when the top is down and the doors are off. I've seen pics such as on Jeep's website with that piece removed, and it seems to give the 4 door more of that "traditional" Jeep look that we all fell in love with. So if you take it off, how do you do it? Easy to do?

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I think you're refering to the "door surrounds". If so, I take them off all the time. It's only four knobs (that attach by hand) and takes all of three minutes.

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I always take mine off when doorless, I think it looks better.
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I always take mine off when doorless, I think it looks better.
^^^^^^this.
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I suggest removing rear window when going topless . Very easy to get a nasty crease or scratch . Once it's creased then that's it , your stuck with it :-)
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