The manual of my 2006 (TRULY 2006! NOT 2005! OOPS) Wrangler X doesn't say a thing about taking the doors off. It looks easy enough but is it? And is it a good or bad idea or unlawful?

Asked by Mar 31, 2007 at 11:28 PM about the 2006 Jeep Wrangler X

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ok hers a hard one i really dont no about how to take the doors off of the new a jeep they change a lot from 1982 cj's but taking them off legally it depends on the place you live in texas you can ,but you must have side mirrors still and with the doors removed your wrangler prbably will not hve any you can look a quadratech as they have a kit that if you drill holes and install the brackets you can have mirrors that attach on the wind shield frame as for removing the doors i dont no

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The doors are pretty darn easy to remove, half or full steel. Just remove the two door pins, slide the check strap off and lift the door up and off. ( You might want to take an emery cloth to the doorpins once in in while to keep them rust free.) As far as the mirrors go, your gonna need them so pick up a relocation bracket from quadratec or any other jeep parts supplier. For the 06 TJ they wil be about 45 bucks and require no drilling. They use the stock bolts on the lower windshield frame. Hope that helps.

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