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Old 06-09-2012, 08:51 PM   #1
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Tj half door storage?

Does anyone have any ideas for cheap and easy garage storage? Other then sitting on garage floor and leaning against the wall.

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Old 06-09-2012, 09:00 PM   #2
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Does anyone have any ideas for cheap and easy garage storage? Other then sitting on garage floor and leaning against the wall.
yep trade them for my full doors. lol

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I have a JKU with half doors and this is what I made: Check out what I made to store my doors and windows
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Get some hinges from the hardware store with the same size hole or just a tad bigger than the stock hinges. Or see if you can get hinges from a bone yard off a Jeep. Screw/bolt them to a nice sturdy stud and hang them the same way they go on your Jeep. I haven't done it yet but that's what I plan to do with mine. For now, I'm risking it putting them in the shed with lawn equipment.
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I put mine in Bestop door storage jackets. They are padded and protect the doors well.

They are for full doors, but I put my 1/2 doors and soft uppers in them during the winter.


Then, I lean them against a wall on my garage floor!


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These are all better than mine... mine sit outside wrapped in a tarp against my house next to where she parks. Works quite well
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Get some hinges from the hardware store with the same size hole or just a tad bigger than the stock hinges. Or see if you can get hinges from a bone yard off a Jeep. Screw/bolt them to a nice sturdy stud and hang them the same way they go on your Jeep. I haven't done it yet but that's what I plan to do with mine. For now, I'm risking it putting them in the shed with lawn equipment.
That's sounds like a great idea, you could even hang em high on the rafters of the garage.
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Old 06-10-2012, 08:26 AM   #8
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Get some hinges from the hardware store with the same size hole or just a tad bigger than the stock hinges. Or see if you can get hinges from a bone yard off a Jeep. Screw/bolt them to a nice sturdy stud and hang them the same way they go on your Jeep. I haven't done it yet but that's what I plan to do with mine. For now, I'm risking it putting them in the shed with lawn equipment.
I did something very similar but used 1 inch rubber coated straps from Lowes. They are in the specialty hardware section in one of he drawers. Worked very good and offer protection.
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I did something very similar but used 1 inch rubber coated straps from Lowes. They are in the specialty hardware section in one of he drawers. Worked very good and offer protection.
Can you post a pic? I think I got your idea, and that would prolly be the most practical approach.
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Can you post a pic? I think I got your idea, and that would prolly be the most practical approach.
These are what I used
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Sweet, I'll be trying that this week. Hopefully I wont come home to find them on the floor.
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Old 06-10-2012, 03:57 PM   #12
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I just used some landscape nails in the wall studs in the garage. Hung doors by straps

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Sweet, I'll be trying that this week. Hopefully I wont come home to find them on the floor.
I bolted them to make sure they wouldn't pull out. One the doors were on the straps I used a zip tie on each door just in case. These are very strong and are made to hold a lot more weight
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So I went to Lowes for some stuff around the house today and was thinking of this thread again as I drove there. I couldn't find any hinges that would work for my door storage idea so I got some of these instead...


I tried mounting these two different ways; both up on the ceiling and along one vertical stud. I think I like the ceiling better but need to move some stuff so I can fit them with the uppers still attached.

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So I went to Lowes for some stuff around the house today and was thinking of this thread again as I drove there. I couldn't find any hinges that would work for my door storage idea so I got some of these instead...


I tried mounting these two different ways; both up on the ceiling and along one vertical stud. I think I like the ceiling better but need to move some stuff so I can fit them with the uppers still attached.

nice, no reason that wouldn't work on full doors
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I did something very similar but used 1 inch rubber coated straps from Lowes. They are in the specialty hardware section in one of he drawers. Worked very good and offer protection.
Thanks for the feedback. I went the lowes rubber coated brackets and it worked great. It was so easy and cheap.
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Thanks for the feedback. I went the lowes rubber coated brackets and it worked great. It was so easy and cheap.
No problem at all!!! I add a eye hook a couple inches from one of the bracket and use a zip tie around the hinge just to make sure it don't slip out...a bit of overkill but if a door ever slipped out that would be bad!
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Yeah, considering its eight feet off the ground I'd prolly cry when I saw the mangled door on the ground.
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You can store them in my garage...what color are they?
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You can store them in my garage...what color are they?
Nice! I'll think about it.
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:32 AM   #21
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Here's how I made mine. It's all scrap wood and stuff I had laying around the house

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Awesome ideas you guys.

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