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post #1 of 12 Old 02-06-2011, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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So Im starting to think about the summer and taking the hardtop off and was wondering if anyone knew of a cart that could store the hardtop, freedom pieces and all four doors. Ive seen carts that can store two doors but nothing for a four door. I was thinking about making one myself Anyone do this? Any input would be great. Thanks
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I am interested in this as well, I want to make a carrier for mainly the hardtop since it takes up sooo much damn space
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i have seen one that hold the hardtop and all for doors several yrs back, i believe it had wheels.
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Bestop HOSS (Hardtop Organized Storage System) for the unlimited maybe able to take 4 doors but I'm not sure

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The way they look like they can hold 4 doors on them , there not using the other slots for doors
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I built my own. Here is a site with instructions. I used two blocks stacked high instead of the three they recommended.

http://performancejeepchrysler.com/j...lly-plans.html

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Bestop HOSS (Hardtop Organized Storage System) for the unlimited maybe able to take 4 doors but I'm not sure
I have the hardtop & door carrier combo and it is a sturdy unit and easy to use. It will hold all four doors. I got mine from Quadratec.

I don't know if the door carrier is available separately or not.

HOSS™ Hardtop Organized Storage System

Bestop HOSS™ Hardtop & Door Carrier Combo

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thanks for the info i saw the hoss set up and couldnt tell if it could hold all 4 doors plus the freedom top anyone make their own?
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thanks for the info i saw the hoss set up and couldnt tell if it could hold all 4 doors plus the freedom top anyone make their own?
See post 6!

I'll try to snap a pic of the finished product tomorrow.

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thanks mustve had a few too many 's looking forward to the pic
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Hittnthebz what is the width of the cart compared to the width of the hardtop? Based on the instructions the cart should be 59" wide, does the hardtop over hang the cart at all? I like the simple design but I want to modify it a little for freedom panel storage and back support for the top. I just need to know if I need to design the cart a little wider or not.
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I built my own. Here is a site with instructions. I used two blocks stacked high instead of the three they recommended.

http://performancejeepchrysler.com/j...lly-plans.html
I built that too -- love it. Never did find a good "do-it-yourself" way to store my JK's four doors though.

I don't have very much storage space in my garage, so'll I'll probably be getting that HOSS system this spring. I really like how the doors fit inside of the area of the hardtop.
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