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Do you have a tube door that goes back into the door mount location or do you just leave it completely open?
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The only thing in the black hose is wires.

The doors are only held on by 4 bolts. two in each hinge.

It wouldn't be too much of a hassle to maybe notch the bottom of the hinge out and make it easy to just loosen the hinge bolts and pull the doors off.
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did your headlight reflector on the drivers side fall off? same thing happened to the set of lights i bought the same day that i got you those when i had the 99 -___-
I had to bake it to fix it so i ended up just modding both lights. Wasn't what i wanted to do.
was it easy to make quick disconnects for your doors? I really want to do that but i've never removed a door and am weary of doing so because idk whats in the black hose thing going from the door to the body



you can see the messed up reflector in this picture just hanging out in front of the directional on the passengers side
yes! both of mine are broke now! I am going to glue my brackets back together on my old black lights and reinstall those for now. crazy how yours broke too!

I had pictures of my hinges but I drilled out the hinge pins and installed some 3/8" removable pins with clips. So I just unhook that electrical under the dash, pull the pins and bam no doors.
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Do you have a tube door that goes back into the door mount location or do you just leave it completely open?
yea completely open. really is nice for wheeling
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yes! both of mine are broke now! I am going to glue my brackets back together on my old black lights and reinstall those for now. crazy how yours broke too!

I had pictures of my hinges but I drilled out the hinge pins and installed some 3/8" removable pins with clips. So I just unhook that electrical under the dash, pull the pins and bam no doors.
damn that sucks that they're both bad now. I think if my truck was just for wheeling I'd try out the pins but since its not, ill have to pass up the no doors haha
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It's a very erie feeling driving down the road with no doors. Lol
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