Do they use the chrome strip across the top, or can you get rid of that?
I guess it depends on the finish of the top part of the metal? Is it finished smooth or is the a sharp edge?
1987 YJ, 258, Weber 32/36, HEI, Custom Sound bar, Hardtop/Sun-rider/bikini tops, 2" Lift, 1/2" Boomerangs, 1" Body & MM Lift. 32x11.5x15 Copper STT's on Black Rock 950 Lobos w/4" backspacing, Still need Front Bumper and Seats.
My build thread: [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/my-very-slow-87-yj-build-thread-1137667/[/url]
i dont have any pics and i cant get any cause im at college, but i cut out some diamond plate and rhino lined it, and it looks great and is extremely durable the one on my back door takes a beating from my tool box and is still looking great.
Here is a pic. It does use the chrome piece on the top but if you wanted to remove that I'm sure you could. All of the edges are sharply cut and well finished. There is a cut out for the door strap, a hole for the window crank, and even holes for the door handle. It comes from Warrior with sheet metal screws for mounting. After a few months I went with rivits for a cleaner look. They are completely bolt on with some drilling.
4.0, AT, 3.5 Fabtech, 1" SRS, 1" BL, 35x13.50x15 Toyo MT's, HP30, TJ shafts, Lockrite, 8.8, Power Trax No Slip, 4.11's, Warn bumpers, W8274, SYE, and a bunch of other stuff....
The guy I got my doors from had cut hole for 6x9 speakers so I put this in the cover it up. I have some map pockets I grabbed from the junkyard a few weeks ago to put in some day when I get around to it.