|07-13-2007 12:35 PM|
aint no seatbelts b/c there arent roll bars!!
also the latch on the passenger side to be able to acces the toolbox comes undoe on its own, hit a good bump and the seat flys off,
i can see why shes afraid
|07-12-2007 10:04 PM|
x2. Leave the doors off the CJ5, and teach her to put her seatbelt on with the TJ when you go doorless.
Or find a new chick. Dont sell your Jeeps!! You WILL regret selling them later, and you can never have too many running vehicles. If you cant afford to mod them, so what!! Just keep them both in running condition. Besides, penguin_in_a_cjs CJ7 is more fuel efficient than my rubicon... Might want to re-think which one gets the axe
|07-12-2007 07:33 PM|
|penguin_in_a_cj||hey now come on man at seventeen I had a comanche a 84 and a 78 cj as well as my 46 willy cj2a and my 52 willys pickup. nothing wrong with having a back up plan|
|07-11-2007 08:54 PM|
hehe, but i have a feeling shes gonna test to make sure they wont pop open,
oh well i was planning on selling the Cj soon and getting more money into the TJ, its not really practical for a 17 yr old to have 2 jeeps, i guess i will just have to get a bigger lift and bigger tires for the TJ, but it will be sad!!
|07-11-2007 08:28 PM|
|penguin_in_a_cj||its not that they are some how special half doors for the cjs are rediclous. your best bet would bea set of safari tubes with the netting... the illusion of safety|
|07-11-2007 07:57 PM|
half doors /safari doors
i would like to get either some half doors or safari doors for my Cj5, but didnt know what kinda $$$ i would have to give up for them (read how is it worth for me to have my G/F not be afraid to ride in the jeep)
i guess it was a bad idea to hit huge bumps(even suprised me) going 25 w/ no doors, roll bar, seatbelts, windhield... etc. her first time out on the jeep :chair:
anyway if anybody knows of some cheap doors, and i already tried the junk yard, but the only ones they have are somehow special??? they have chrome or something on them so they're wicked expensive