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Hi everyone,

Made a video of removing/replacing the doors & fender flares based on my experience doing it multiple times.
This is not necessarily the Ford approved way but the way it works best for me.

BONUS: Weighed the doors!

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Really nice video. Question regarding the bolts. Do they have to be reinstalled? On a Wrangler, I take the bolts out and store them, never putting them back in. This lessens the time taking the doors on and off considerably. Granted the hinge setup is completely different but curious if this is a possibility.

Thanks.
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Really nice video. Question regarding the bolts. Do they have to be reinstalled? On a Wrangler, I take the bolts out and store them, never putting them back in. This lessens the time taking the doors on and off considerably. Granted the hinge setup is completely different but curious if this is a possibility.

Thanks.
There’s info in the forum somewhere, that i can’t find at the moment. But from my understanding the bolts do have to be in full time with the doors on (unlike a Jeep). That’s the drawback of making it easier to put the doors back on compared to Jeeps. And i am completely fine with that! 👍
 

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The content gives it away. No one else has this kind of access to the Broncos except BN.

@Ourbroncolife We ain’t mad but it’s disingenuous if you can’t just say you’re part of BN. Unless you’re contractually prevented from saying so. Then it’s just our little secret. You, me and several thousand angst ridden future Bronco owners who have nothing to do for several months but mindlessly speculate on the forum. You’ve been warned. :p
Classic "illusion of choice"!!! But I ain't mad at'cha, the content is getting me thru the wait.
 

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There’s info in the forum somewhere, that i can’t find at the moment. But from my understanding the bolts do have to be in full time with the doors on (unlike a Jeep). That’s the drawback of making it easier to put the doors back on compared to Jeeps. And i am completely fine with that! 👍
I was thinking that I saw that too but hoping for a different answer. Not a huge deal.......
 

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Oh man I don’t know if many of y’all know how much better putting that door on is vs wrangler. Removing the doors on a wrangler is easy enough but putting them on is a HUGE pain. That is 1000x better.
Oh yes. I can confirm that. The guide pin alone will make a huge difference.
 
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It's going to sound crazy but when and if you do a 2 door can you find a lady to also do the same thing. Take it off and put it back on. I'm still trying to get a feel that I can get this door on by myself. I know no problems removing. It's the re-attachment I worry about. Since taking the doors on and off will be happening alot bc I won't always wanna leave my bronco door-less in my employer parking lot!

So find a lady about 5'4 120. 😆😂
Will do my best! I will do a video of the Mrs. Lifting the doors. 💪🏻
 
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Ok, how are you related to Ford and BN? Inquiring minds are piqued.
We are not related to Ford or BN. Our Bronco Life is it’s own enthusiast page consisting of my wife and myself. We want to help spread our love for the new Bronco with this awesome community.
 
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I think the silence confirms it. Lol

I would rather watch this than the bronconation content. The way they speak and show the bronco seems more authentic and less theatric.
Thanks! Glad you enjoy our stuff so far.
See reply above too ⬆⬆
 
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The content gives it away. No one else has this kind of access to the Broncos except BN.

@Ourbroncolife We ain’t mad but it’s disingenuous if you can’t just say you’re part of BN. Unless you’re contractually prevented from saying so. Then it’s just our little secret. You, me and several thousand angst ridden future Bronco owners who have nothing to do for several months but mindlessly speculate on the forum. You’ve been warned. :p
See above. 🤘🏻
No affiliation with BN.
 
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