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Unread Yesterday, 06:55 AM   #1
xdanielj
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jeep xj no doors?

Its been nice out and i want to remove my front doors on my 97, will it fold as i have herd some people say, or is it structurally sound?

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Unread Yesterday, 07:10 AM   #2
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It will completely crumble to pieces with no doors. In some cases its been known to burst into flames………………









It will be just fine. Enjoy the weather!
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I plan to wheel mine all summer with no doors, then again I have a ton of cage work and a entire subframe for the 4 links under it

But seriously I wheeled my old xj all the time without the front two doors I even jumped it without them and I bent my dana 30 but the unibody was fine
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It will taco and murder your family in their sleep.
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It will taco and murder your family in their sleep.




This made me spit up my drink. Seriously, my table is a mess.
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being unibody, the doors are part of the frame.
its all frame. and its all body
it would probably be the same effect as removing a tail light. i think it would be fine
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