Everyone is happy about the frameless doors, and I dont know if we should be

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The question I had with the frameless doors is how to store them when off. I hang my Wrangler doors on hooks right now. I guess these will have to sit on the ground or on a cart of some sort? Not a deal breaker by any stretch. Just a thought…
I was thinking some sort of large U type hook on the wall that has a microfiber padding all over The hook so it won’t scratch or dent the door.





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I was thinking some sort of large U type hook on the wall that has a microfiber padding all over The hook so it won’t scratch or dent the door.
Build an L bracket with a front lip out of some soft wood and wrap that in some batting and vinyl and lag bolt those into the studs in the garage. Could even have the doors stand vertically to save on some space possibly.
 

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Build an L bracket with a front lip out of some soft wood and wrap that in some batting and vinyl and lag bolt those into the studs in the garage. Could even have the doors stand vertically to save on some space possibly.
Good idea. Shouldnt be hard to do. I already am preplanning my kayak hoist to store the top near the ceiling of my garage for the good seasons.
 

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I was thinking some sort of large U type hook on the wall that has a microfiber padding all over The hook so it won’t scratch or dent the door.
Build an L bracket with a front lip out of some soft wood and wrap that in some batting and vinyl and lag bolt those into the studs in the garage. Could even have the doors stand vertically to save on some space possibly.
I'd just put a couple of hinges on the wall that match the hinge on the Bronco body. Just hang the doors on the wall like you hang them on the truck.
 

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Frame less doors are lighter, and they look great with the top off. BUT, with the top on the framed door has a better seal with the window. Its easier to seal the top of the door to the top than the top of the window to top. I think some people will not like it, because I do see it having some wind noise, especially for us people who actually take the top on and off a lot.
 

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I have had two convertibles that had no problems. When the window is rolled up and the door is open, the window is about an inch from being completely closed. Once the door is shut, the window moves up the last inch or so and into the weather stripping, making a tight seal. I would assume the Bronco would do something similar.
 

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Frame less doors are lighter, and they look great with the top off. BUT, with the top on the framed door has a better seal with the window. Its easier to seal the top of the door to the top than the top of the window to top. I think some people will not like it, because I do see it having some wind noise, especially for us people who actually take the top on and off a lot.
Ez Get a sport
 

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My YJ is a hard top with framed windows. It's different because without the cowl mounted mirrors I keep the doors on with the top off. However, that window frame is a pain with the top off.

On the Bronco, doors on, windows down, top off would be like having half doors on my YJ. In a word, ideal.

I'm glad they made the windows frameless.
 

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Frame less doors are lighter, and they look great with the top off. BUT, with the top on the framed door has a better seal with the window. Its easier to seal the top of the door to the top than the top of the window to top. I think some people will not like it, because I do see it having some wind noise, especially for us people who actually take the top on and off a lot.
Hmm, had plenty of Mustangs that didn't have "framed" doors and never had a leak or whistle, ever. I wouldn't be too worried at all about a frameless door.
 
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Fuckin’ hood whistles. I’m going to borrow that ?
Remember those deer whistle things people used to put on their bumpers? These might serve dual duty if they are loud enough ;)
 

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Frameless doors make it easier to take them off and store them in the vehicle, if you have the four door. Us two door people will have to get creative to do that. I like the look of frameless too, when there’s nice weather I drive with the windows down anyway. Once I have my bronco I probably won’t have the doors on.
 

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The question I had with the frameless doors is how to store them when off. I hang my Wrangler doors on hooks right now. I guess these will have to sit on the ground or on a cart of some sort? Not a deal breaker by any stretch. Just a thought…
Looking into custom zipper bags or molded plastic storage like for a bicycle when u travel
 

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I doubt the Bronco will be the quietest vehicle on the road, but frameless windows are working pretty well in some vehicles. They are not a new concept.
Between that and the Sascrotch Mud Tires, hardly gonna be quiet at all
 

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