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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-21-2012 03:30 PM
Beastmaster You're right, you'd think they would give people what they want. Kind of like the half doors that are so hard to get.
06-21-2012 03:14 PM
Dj Captain
Mirrors

Ok, so while washing my jeep today, I really REALLY wanted to just rip the doors off and cruise. But, since I haven't gotten the mirrors to keep me legal, I'm forced to remain caged. But, I got to thinking, and I can't be the first one. Has anyone taken their stock(2012) mirror's off the doors and tried to make them work on the hinges? I don't know why they wouldn't just design our Jeeps mirror's to work with or without the doors, rather then have us spend $60 to get mirrors.

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