I could hear water in the door when I would open and close it...anyone know where it might have come in? I was thinking about drill a hole so it will all drain out...but I don't want my door to eventually rot off.
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Yup, having the drain holes actually helps in NOT getting your doors to rust. When you have drain holes, water that has condensed inside the doors will drain away, otherwise it's gonna stay inside the doors. You can drill holes if you don't have them, after that sparay some zinc- paint or use some anti- rust compound and you'll be fine.
Nice XJ. Mud and water are so damn tempting, both times ive gone in ive spent way more fixing crap I broke lol.
Once again, nice jeep!
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