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post #46 of 67 Old 09-03-2012, 08:53 AM
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You could always apply to have it redesignated by the DMV as a modified vehicle. Pretty sure it makes your insurance go up though.

Technically you could make the argument that they're just as removable as Wrangler doors since you can simply unbolt them which isn't a modification.
I may look into the modified vehicle route. I don't drive it a ton, between 5-8k miles a year or so, so maybe there's something I can do. I don't think that argument would fly in court around here for some reason LOL


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post #47 of 67 Old 09-03-2012, 10:46 AM
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I may look into the modified vehicle route. I don't drive it a ton, between 5-8k miles a year or so, so maybe there's something I can do. I don't think that argument would fly in court around here for some reason LOL
You never know. You're not modifying the door by unbolting it.

Actually, I'm reading through the PA laws on it now and it seems that the only laws that reference doors say that you have to have OEM doors in place during the inspection, nothing about having them off on the road. Convertibles are the same way, at least here you have to have them up to pass during the inspection but there's no law against having the top down on the road.

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You never know. You're not modifying the door by unbolting it.

Actually, I'm reading through the PA laws on it now and it seems that the only laws that reference doors say that you have to have OEM doors in place during the inspection, nothing about having them off on the road. Convertibles are the same way, at least here you have to have them up to pass during the inspection but there's no law against having the top down on the road.
Yeah, I just re-read one of your posts from last month in the Doorless thread with the PA Code in it. It DOES state for inspection...but my understanding (which could of course be wrong) was that I could be cited for anything that doesn't meet those inspection requirements at any time while it's on the road.

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Yeah, I just re-read one of your posts from last month in the Doorless thread with the PA Code in it. It DOES state for inspection...but my understanding (which could of course be wrong) was that I could be cited for anything that doesn't meet those inspection requirements at any time while it's on the road.
So glad Indy doesnt have inspections on our vehicals.
Mine would fail with out a catylic converter
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So glad Indy doesnt have inspections on our vehicals.
Mine would fail with out a catylic converter
Yeah...it pretty much sucks.

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post #51 of 67 Old 09-09-2012, 05:46 PM
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Someone wanna do my headliner???lol
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post #52 of 67 Old 09-09-2012, 06:01 PM
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Someone wanna do my headliner???lol
Psssh, hell yeah it's too easy

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post #53 of 67 Old 09-09-2012, 06:17 PM
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Haha I wish you could do mine. I want a sound bar up front like the back has.lol
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post #54 of 67 Old 09-09-2012, 06:31 PM
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Haha, yeah, that does look good.
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How do it? Do yoù know?
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Im sure you can pull another sound bar from a cherokee at a local JunkYard.
Then just a little wiring up along with some bolts to hold her in place.

Not much of an electrical guy but when I over looked the wiring diagram.. even I understood it.
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Wish you was close to come do it.haha
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Wish you was close to come do it.haha
Hahaha pay for the gas and ill be on my way!

Im sure its a pretty easy job. Honestly, you can just daisy chain the second sound bar to the one in the back and you would be good to go!
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Where yoù from? Also what do you mean?
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post #60 of 67 Old 09-10-2012, 06:03 AM
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I wouldn't daisy chain the speakers.. It is too easy just to take the speakers from the front doors and run them up to a relocated sound bar.
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