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post #1 of 8 Old 09-07-2010, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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wood wheels and screws!

I was sick of leaning my Front doors against the fence while they were off the jeep,and have a 4 and 7 year old and did not want any accidents w the doors so i threw this together QUICK! I will make a finished product for front and rear doors while Im stuck in over the winter!NO Write up just some pics you get the idea !!!! worked great and just wheeled the doors to the jeep and made it so simple


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I missed this when you posted it. But after looking at the pics, what a great low cost way to store doors! Thanks.

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Thanks its a half ass copy of something i saw in jeep mag for like $150 had some wheels and scrap wood laying around and thru it together last year ! looking to make a finish set for both front a rears this spring. they work great and pretty cheap you could use a furiture dolly and one would be halfway there ! SAVES A LITTLE ON THE BACK MOVING THEM AROUND
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im dissapointed, i fully expected to see a jeep with wooded wheels.
oh well, this is a good idea to.

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im dissapointed, i fully expected to see a jeep with wooded wheels.
oh well, this is a good idea to.
Me too. Thought it was going to be some slick trail fix.
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I made something very similar for my doors except mine is for 4 doors.
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im dissapointed, i fully expected to see a jeep with wooded wheels.
oh well, this is a good idea to.
Haha...I expected to see a JK with like 24" woodgrain'd wheels!

Nice storage idea for the doors, though.

Now if someone would design a collapable cart for the doors. Probably not the birghtest idea, but when I wheel at a certain OHV park, I take my doors off and leave them at the staging area. Would be nice to have something portable I could set them up on instead of leaving them lying on the ground.

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