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09-09-2011 10:29 PM
CBDeluxYJ I live here in south eastern pa. You could also try Jeff Daniels out in Harlysville pa.
09-09-2011 01:40 AM
IDSKoT
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Originally Posted by SirGeorgeKillian View Post
Id start at a local junk yard. If you ever watched the dukes of hazard though sometimes having a door that doesn't open is gangster!
That Plus the ultimate in anti-theft devices.

You're probably better off just getting a new door. But that's IMO
09-08-2011 11:27 PM
PaulRevere1991 try daveysjeep.com
09-08-2011 10:43 PM
NewYJOwner
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Originally Posted by SirGeorgeKillian View Post
Id start at a local junk yard. If you ever watched the dukes of hazard though sometimes having a door that doesn't open is gangster!
I wanna see you slide across the hood of the jeep and get in through the window without breaking your neck....
09-08-2011 10:15 PM
Harmbl
Door parts

I live in IN. there is a junk yard that most likely have it. Midwest Jeep. 812-882-0729 Ask for Matt
09-08-2011 09:35 PM
kfdjason7620 I know quadratec.com and 4wd.com have the outside latches for around $20, but no clue about the insides
09-08-2011 09:27 PM
YJ880 EBAY and Craigslist has lots of doors.
09-08-2011 09:20 PM
mitchsamuels
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Originally Posted by SirGeorgeKillian View Post
Id start at a local junk yard. If you ever watched the dukes of hazard though sometimes having a door that doesn't open is gangster!
I have been to 2 junkyards, nothing. A U-Pull-R-Parts said they haven't seen a wrangler in over a year!

I do live in Minnesota, they aren't exactly snow-vehicles! Haha,

But I would rather not have to walk out of school and dive in my window every day!
09-08-2011 09:12 PM
SirGeorgeKillian Id start at a local junk yard. If you ever watched the dukes of hazard though sometimes having a door that doesn't open is gangster!
09-08-2011 09:07 PM
mitchsamuels
New Jeep owner, Door broken! Need help!

Hi,

I am 16, just got my license, and my brother gave me his 1990 Wrangler.

He said there was a problem with the driver door since he got it, and now it has broken. It will not open from the outside.

I took it to the repair shop, and he said the previous owner tinkered with the insides so much, everything was so fragile.

So, I need new insides, and and outer handle. The repair guy specifically said I need "the Latch, the 2 Rods, and the exterior handle".

I have been searching online, and I cannot find anywhere that sells the parts I am looking for.

Otherwise I could get a whole new door (FULL DOOR, full frame), and he said he would take the insides out of a whole new door, and swap parts...

So, can someone help me out finding the parts? Or a door? Im not sure where to look or what to look for!

Thanks,
Mitch

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