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GenRight Off Road: What products are YOU looking for?

We have dozens of products in the pipeline. Some should be released shortly and some are just ideas. Help us prioritize them.

Tell us what you're looking for that's not out there or you'd like to see done differently/better.

Let the ideas fly!! Hopefully, we'll already be working on some of the ideas and we can move them up the list.

Thanks!!

And here are some of our newest products: http://www.genright.com/New-Products.aspx

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4535 Runway Street, Simi Valley, California 93063
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post #2 of 12 Old 06-18-2015, 07:19 PM
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how about a half door with soft windows solution that doesn't suck or cost a fortune.

many people live hours away from places to wheel. getting there doorless is painful. having to wheel with the doors on is painful. bestop sells soft doors and windows but the quality is so so and its still very loud in the cab. real half doors with soft windows costs a small fortune.

why can't someone make a moderately priced half door solution that doesn't suck and takes a soft window.

i want to be able to button up, drive somewhere, then drop the top and take the doors off (or soft windows if they are half doors) to wheel. then put everything back and go home. i have resorted to strapping down the driver side door in the back of my JKUR with the top down while wheeling.

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how about a half door with soft windows solution that doesn't suck or cost a fortune.

many people live hours away from places to wheel. getting there doorless is painful. having to wheel with the doors on is painful. bestop sells soft doors and windows but the quality is so so and its still very loud in the cab. real half doors with soft windows costs a small fortune.

why can't someone make a moderately priced half door solution that doesn't suck and takes a soft window.

i want to be able to button up, drive somewhere, then drop the top and take the doors off to wheel. then put everything back and go home. i have resorted to strapping down the driver side door in the back of my JKUR with the top down while wheeling.
I know what you mean. I carry a cable lock and lock my doors to a tree or something.

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post #4 of 12 Old 06-19-2015, 07:25 AM
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I always ask all the vendors for the same thing:
I want a dual battery set up that I can switch from series to parallel to easily power a welder.
currently everyone has to remove batteries or rewire them.
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I'm looking for OEM-esk high-clearance wide fenders. The kind that don't look ridiculous with full length bumpers (as most do)...
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A rear floor kit for the 4dr. I don't need my rear seat anymore and would like a solid floor with a locking storage area. Kilby has had one back order for years, I'm tired of waiting....

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I know what you mean. I carry a cable lock and lock my doors to a tree or something.
ur a brave man. it would take less then a minute for a thief to get them

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I'd also like affordable half doors. But they have to be compatible with uppers (driving 6+ hours to a trail doors off isn't practical). Pick a good soft upper and make lowers that use them. It would be nice if they were light weight. Y'all are good with aluminum so that's an option (but probably sacrifices the lost cost thing). Strike force zebra seemed to be on to something with their "plastic" ones but didn't seem to deliver on the final product.
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Also, if you can find a standard round LED taillight that doesn't trigger the "bulb out" message on my '12 without installing resistors, I would buy a couple.
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On the topic of half-doors, I'd buy a set of 4 glass "slider" style drop-in uppers for the factory half doors right now if someone brought them to market.
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On the topic of half-doors, I'd buy a set of 4 glass "slider" style drop-in uppers for the factory half doors right now if someone brought them to market.
Another forum has a guy working on these. There is a link to it on here somewhere.

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well at least i am not crazy, need is there. thing is, bestop soft doors are about 70% of the way there. they should just update the material (nicer, softer twill) and invest a bit more into the door part (more rigid sound proof half door) and i think i would be sold.

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