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08-11-2011 10:22 PM
JDsDream X2 or better yet, just take the doors off. Problem solved.
08-11-2011 10:14 PM
Originally Posted by Teeze View Post
Can I install door surrounds to fill the gap?
Yes, sort of. The thing to do is install the door surrounds, then connect the bikini to the surrounds themselves. At that point there will be no gap anymore.

That's how I roll:

08-11-2011 06:51 PM
Do I need door surrounds?

Ok I know this is a rookie question but I haven't been able to get an answer. I bought my 2000 TJ Sahara with a hard top. Promptly took the top off and replaced with Bestop bikini. Now there's about a 2" gap between the top of the full steel doors and the edge of the bikini. Can I install door surrounds to fill the gap? Or are they only for half doors? Any other suggestions?

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