|11-19-2013 03:41 PM|
|UpsideDownMirror||Ace Engineering door hangers. Have used for 3 years now with only one issue. Don't swing the door on the hanger. With the angle of the bracket that the pin sets into, if swung, it can gnarl the paint on the door hinge.|
|09-19-2013 12:54 PM|
|09-19-2013 12:50 PM|
I cart mine because I had the material on hand and wouldn't have to rearrange the garage.
|09-19-2013 11:35 AM|
|Dare||I had CJ doors split in the past also so I was a bit paranoid about this...so mine are supported on the bottom and the top is just to keep them against the wall, for the new one we will be doing the same thing once I make some more wall space in the spring.|
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|09-17-2013 01:53 PM|
|hair2831||I just throw a couple of cheap towels on the floor and prop them up against the wall. I would be afraid of the doors falling if I mounted them on the wall, but it sure looks good and keeps them out of the way.|
|09-17-2013 11:49 AM|
I've posted my setup before but will share again here. These are the old '10's doors but haven't changed anything other that we use two pair of pants hangers per rear side window and hang those behind the doors. Rear window I just drape the rail across two sets of hooks.
Used pipe insulation over the padding that came with the hooks. Have had not one issue. Wasn't comfortable hanging from just the hinge pins without the striker supported too (like when on the body).
|09-17-2013 11:32 AM|
A garage, a garage! My kingdom for a garage!
Jealous of the setups in this thread, you guys are pretty handy. Mine just lean against the wall in my dining room until my fiance gets tired of tripping over them
|09-17-2013 10:34 AM|
|beckologist||Made a set of cabinets.|
|09-17-2013 08:52 AM|
Mounted brackets 16" on center and bent slightly inwards, just fits... Used the pool noodles cut at 16 1/2" and 21" pieces to protect the window seals.
|09-16-2013 11:31 PM|
Screwed into both wall studs and rafter. Overkill safety eye bolt with rope barely under tension.
|09-16-2013 10:53 PM|
I used a storage cabinet for mine. With wheels on the bottom, I can move it around.
This picture has the half doors for the Unlimited that I sold. It holds all four full doors.
Still have the half doors and cabinet for sale for the Unlimited.
it does take a little room but really worked for me.
|09-16-2013 10:03 PM|
|jdambm||I use the skinny pedal door hangers and love them. They are very sturdy and have worked great all summer. If you go with these just be prepared to wait. I copied Kramer 2k and did I say I love these?|
|09-16-2013 09:59 PM|
Wow that looks like a nice setup! Do you have any pics by chance of the product without the doors hung?
|09-16-2013 07:33 AM|
|09-16-2013 07:27 AM|
X2 I did this exact same thing for my TJ. No added stress to the window frame and they fold flat against the wall. Less that $100 per door. and took maybe 5 minutes.
|09-15-2013 08:54 PM|
|Fly2crawl||$4 at Home Depot, eye bolts and put the hinge pins through. Doors mount the same way they do on the jeep.|
|09-15-2013 08:22 PM|
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No problems so far. but they are only up maybe a week at a time. Lots of rain and it is my dd
|09-15-2013 11:12 AM|
|09-15-2013 11:09 AM|
I was thinking along the same lines, but I am not super mechanically inclined. I was wondering about maybe those same hooks that are used through the window instead used underneath, more like a shelf for them to sit on, and then another set through the window opening, just barely touching in case one of the bottom arms gave out. And then somehow (bungee, ratchet straps, something) securing the doors so they can't tip or swing.
As I said, I'm not a mechanical genius and there are probably a dozen reasons why this is a worse idea. But I'm one that goes for OVER safe than under safe.
|09-15-2013 11:06 AM|
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|Tagg||Mine have VentVisors on them so you Cannot hang them from the window tops. You have to use a cart to support them or set them on the floor and lean against the wall.|
|09-15-2013 10:58 AM|
In case this helps you decide.
Just use high grade lag bolts.
|09-15-2013 10:55 AM|
Congrats on the new house!
For me, I'm torn.. Part of me wants to build hangers for window frame storage to keep the doors up and away from my 4 year old son, and the other part of me feels the excess weight may be detrimental to the door if hung. I had a set of CJ doors years ago that I used to hang, and they did start to come apart and rust between the window frame and main door structure.. Granted, they were old and CJ doors I would assume are built differently than today's JK doors.. but in my mind it still has me a bit concerned and hesitant to hang.
Also, my doors will be off for most likely the entire summer or a good part of it (I plan on buying Bestop soft doors and Trektop over the winter) so they would be hanging a couple months at a time.
Hanging from door pins concerns me a bit about "tweaking" the position of the pins from hanging from this point for a long period of time.
What I think would be ideal and I would love to see is a combination of a pin hanging system with a door striker point to help spread the weight load naturally like if the door was actually on the Jeep. I would see this as the perfect solution.. (hmmmm... wheels turning....)
|09-15-2013 10:52 AM|
I use padded hangars that go in the window frame. That being said I did go buy better lag bolts to hold it after one snapped as I was installing.
My doors have been on the hangar since spring. No issues. And keeps them off the floor and out of the way.
|09-15-2013 10:50 AM|
|UgaTyler||Mine lean against the wall in my garage, so….. None of the above. I have a padded floor in my jeep's garage so it doesn't hurt the doors. I will probably purchase some ACE door hangers in the future though.|
|09-15-2013 10:45 AM|
Closing on a new house at the end of the month where we will actually be able to DO something like this! Can't wait to hear everyone's opinion!
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