I agree. At one point 2 of the Bronco Experts attempted re-installing the driver side front door and they had trouble. They got it eventually though.I picked up a door. I decided right then and there I am never removing mine without some assistance. Thank goodness I will only have two doors. I believe the removing of the doors will be a passing fancy for me anyway.
The door itself felt fine to me, the concern is the stop. It felt like it would be easy to overcome the stop. Cursory inspection showed a small tab on the bottom hinge is the only thing from keeping the door from whacking the front fender. Not a show stopper but something to keep in mind.didn't feel flimsy to me, I lifted one in the bag, has good weight to it, I think they said 60lb but I might be wrong.
Had a nice satisfying "whoomp" to it when closing the driver's side door too and very comfortable, I'm 6'3 220lb.
But it is a cozy cabin, more of a cockpit than a huge salon, similar to a Wrangler. Definitely smaller (not buy much, but noticeable) than my 04 Tacoma. But well laid out, everything within reach where I'd want it. Definitely go sit in one if you can and are not familiar with Wranglers etc.
Thank you for doing an increasingly thankless job. Much respect.I'm a cop. I have much more important things to do than hassle a Jeep owner over lack of mirrors. I'd never be able to post on here if I pulled people over for dumb shit like that.
I was upset as well but then I realized the cookie had that odd blue stitching around the outside that doesn't match the rest of it and I decided I was out!What the hell?!?! We didn't get Bronco cookies at the Chicago events!!! I already got my email and vin so thanks to this I have something else to complain about now. Excuse me while I go post a topic about how it isn't fair people are getting priority cookies over the rest of us.....