Garage Storage Options for Doors and Top

Ricepuddin

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Man I need a bigger garage. I honestly hadn't considered storage. This almost makes me want a soft top.
 

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I have door mounts on my garage wall that hold both my full-size jeep doors or trail doors. I found that the cart idea didn't work for me as it took up floor space. I also have hooks that hold my soft top and frame against the wall.

I'll do the same for the Bronco and ceiling lift for the hardtop.
 

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How does the back window of the top sit? I would worry about stress on the glass and corner areas.
The top is held in brackets on each side of the window And is secured with a strap. There is no stress on the glass.

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these options all look great until i look at the wall space in my 2+car garage filled with camping gear,my sidexside,my 68 torino fb,winter tires,snow shoes and ski's.I think i need to build a second garage!
We all need a second garage
 

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