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Guide: How to remove doors, roof, fenders flares from 2021 Bronco (instructions)

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Info summarized from Motorauthority.

Door Removal Instructions
  1. Begin by opening the windows of the doors to be removed
  2. Fold the mirrors forward to keep them out of the way
  3. Open each door then open the wire connector door on the jamb to release the wire connector.
  4. Place the optional door storage bags on the doors.
  5. Remove the lower hinge bolt then the upper hinge bolt with the included M10 hex tool (from the Bronco’s tool kit).
  6. Lift each door vertically and remove.
  7. The doors of the four-door model can be stowed in the cargo area.

Roof Removal Instructions
  1. Begin by removing the driver’s side front panel (it sits on top of the passenger side panel’s rubber gasket) by unlatching the flip latch at the outboard side of the front header.
  2. Twist the three remaining latches a quarter turn and lift off the panel.
  3. Remove the passenger side front panel by releasing the flip latch at the outboard side of the front header, then turning the remaining latches a quarter turn, and lifting off the panel.
  4. To remove the mid panel, unlatch the flip latch on both sides of the vehicle before giving the three rotating latches a quarter turn each. Lift off the panel.
  5. Remove the rear panel cap by first disconnecting the electrical and washer hose connectors, which are located on the inside the swing gate on the driver’s side. Remove the fastener at the top center of the roof using the included TP30 and socket wrench.
  6. Remove the eight fasteners along the beltline using the TP50 driver and socket wrench and lift off the rear panel.

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Fender Flares Removal Instructions

To remove the Bronco’s fender flares should one become damaged, flip the fasteners on the inside of each flare a quarter turn then pull the flare directly away from the vehicle.

Ford said the flares can be removed in about 30 seconds apiece, while the roof and doors are considerably more involved. Still, the entire process should take less than an hour total.

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Bummer the 2 doors can't fit inside the approximately 4x2 foot space behind the passenger seats in the 2-door model. I guess the designed "door holder" either doesn't fit in that space OR they only made it for 4 doors (again, won't fit).

I bet the aftermarket will come up with something. Otherwise, I guess it is egg crate cushions and some bungee...
 

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The fender flare thing is a nice touch. One less thing to damage and they should fit in the back easily. Should also help with mud cleanup.

The top instructions don’t cover the glass panel removal though.
 

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Bummer the 2 doors can't fit inside the approximately 4x2 foot space behind the passenger seats in the 2-door model. I guess the designed "door holder" either doesn't fit in that space OR they only made it for 4 doors (again, won't fit).

I bet the aftermarket will come up with something. Otherwise, I guess it is egg crate cushions and some bungee...
Are you looking to store the doors inside the vehicle? I guess I'd be nervous they'd bounce around too much in the back. I've taken my doors of my Wrangler plenty of times but always stored them in my garage.

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Glad I'll have space in my Garage, can't wait for next summer going topless
 

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I thought there was description saying you can go from hardtop to softop with no tools? Maybe that was for the modular hardtop. Instructions are clearly for the non-modular.
 

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I predict fender flares will be stolen. A lot.
Ha Ha, my co-worker is considering a Bronco now after I got him to watch the reveal. I can see the pranks now when you go out to your car after work...
 

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Ha Ha, my co-worker is considering a Bronco now after I got him to watch the reveal. I can see the pranks now when you go out to your car after work...
Almost worth it to pick up an extra set, paint them as rainbows, and stick 'em on somebody's truck.
 

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I thought there was description saying you can go from hardtop to softop with no tools? Maybe that was for the modular hardtop. Instructions are clearly for the non-modular.
There's only 2 tops soft top and hardtop but hey each work differently per 4dr or 2dr. That was probably for a soft top model
 

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Any information on the hollowed out doors seen on the Cyber Orange 2-door?
 

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Are you looking to store the doors inside the vehicle? I guess I'd be nervous they'd bounce around too much in the back. I've taken my doors of my Wrangler plenty of times but always stored them in my garage.

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Florida has the perfect combination of extreme heat and rain.

I'd like the option of deciding which I want to do while on the road - rather than having to predict.

That being said, marine seats and rubber interior is a must.
 

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