I'd been toying with an idea to store all four doors up and out of the way somehow in my garage, since I lacked space for a rolling cart and never liked leaving them on the floor (on a sleep mat), easily accessible to my 2.5-yr old's hands.
I'd used the Rubbermaid FastTrack system around the garage, and decided to go with it again for the doors, using a single 48" rail ($10) and 4 ladder hooks ($10/ea) at Lowes. The rail is rated to 1500 lbs, but the weak links are the hooks, only rated at 50 lbs each.
I estimated 2 doors to weigh around 100lbs or slightly less, but with everything on, I was able to put more weight on the system and everything felt quite strong. The rail is secured to 3 studs, 2 screws each. I also added the typical foam insulation to keep the hooks from digging into door window gaskets.
Pics (I apologize for the glare):
98 Sport TJ 4.0L
[COLOR=darkred]Chile Pepper Red[/COLOR] with Black Dual Tops
Trueflow Air Filter
31" BFG A/T
Cibies headlamps, plus 30 bulbs
other than that pretty much stock for now
These look great, this may be on the list for next week.
Anyone know if there's any long term issues hanging the doors by the sills?
Black 2012 JKUR 2.5" Rock Krawler Max Travel suspension with Bilstein 5100's, 35X12.5R15 MTRK's on MB Ultras, Sleeved and gusseted front axle with Synergy balljoints, JCR bumpers F/R
Old Jeep, SOLD:
94 Green YJ SE 4.0L 5spd
3.5" BDS lift, 1"MML/BL, Revolvers, SYE/CV, no track bars or sway bars, MORE sport cage
Green Jeep Club Member #20