Has anyone know how heavy the front doors are. I fugure the back are lighter.
Says to roll em down in the manual.The front door of my JKU is 62.5 lbs. Not light but not bad. Yes I weighed it when I took them off. I'm an engineer (geek). Make sure you know where you are putting it down before you are holding and trying to decide. Putting it back on is harder because you need to line up the holes.
I wonder if rolling the window down first to protect them and give more places the grab is a good idea. Any disadvantages to doing that?
This is the method I am going with in the spring. Already have all the stuff, just need to find the time to do it. Using pool noodles on the hangers for some added protection as well.thanks, Making a hanger and wanted to know so i get something that will support it. opcorn:
Somebody over at JK-F made some of those himself for much cheaper than that. I'm a little hesitant to do it like that as that is a whole lot of strain on the hinges. At least when the door is bolted to the vehicle, the latch holds a bit of the stress.Weed Hopper said:
That DIY Door hanger thread is great. Maybe I'll hang them in my man cave. The snowboard is already hung on the wall. I'm sure the wife would love Jeep doors hung there as well. :whistling:This is the method I am going with in the spring. Already have all the stuff, just need to find the time to do it. Using pool noodles on the hangers for some added protection as well. Another DIY Door hanger