Came across a jeep on Craigslist and the guy has TJ doors on his YJ, is this possible with only a little work? His doors or body don't look butchered up or anything, looks clean. Would love to do this if its easy enough. Here's his link which has pics: http://annapolis.craigslist.org/cto/3687569853.html
-1990 YJ, 2.5L, AX-15, lifted, locked, on 35's.
-1999 XJ, 4.0, AW4, lifted 4.5", JK Rubi take offs.
yes this is possible. you would have to change the striker but i believe that is it. i have come across a thread with a lot of YJ's running TJ doors and tops. i would love to do this over this summer if cash allows.
97 tj i6 3.5 RE superflex lift. hp dana 30 4.56 gears ausie up front. dana 44 33spline alloy usa shafts arb rear. tom woods supper short sye and matching cv ds. 35x12.50x15 goodyear MTR's with kevlar. york OBA system. Metal Cloak High Arch tube fenders!(my favorit mod!!!)
I thought the windshield rake is different enough that you can't swap TJ and YJ doors. YJ and CJ can be swapped though.
I believe the outside rake is different, but the TJ windshield is thicker which mean the inside rake has the possibility of being the same. The TJ windshield makes more of an inverted v shape whereas the YJ is a flat frame.
No I don't think that'll work because the widow crank is in different spots. So the panels aren't swappable.
I stand corrected. The only other thing that would make sense woulf be to switch the YJ lock set up into it. It ashame none of the pics show the side of the door where the catch mechanism is. Then we could easily figure it out.
1995 YJ. 2 inch BDS Spring lift. 1 inch shackle lift. 1.25 inch JKS Body Lift 33x12.5x15's. Engo 10,000 pound winch.
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