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Found this video that mentions the door weight at around 50 pounds and shows the underside of the roof panel. She mentions storing them in the back as well. Door info starts at 2:52.

OK so I'm only on Page 3...probably been answered already..
But weighs about 50 pounds? Where did she come up with that? She lug around big bags of dog food all day?
Did like the part about enough room about doors in the back tho
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Hi guys,

Found this video that shows the doors and roof being put back on. Also it shows the trunk area of the 2 door altough the lighting is pretty bad.

You can skip to 6:35 if you want.

The video says base model but there is no way this is the base right? It has a steel front bumper and is in Cyber orange.
 

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The video says base model but there is no way this is the base right? It has a steel front bumper and is in Cyber orange.
this is a one off made for the reveal
 
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The video says base model but there is no way this is the base right? It has a steel front bumper and is in Cyber orange.
The guy in the video is frequently wrong and this is one instance of it.
 

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Love the guy that slides in at 6:42 to lend a hand. Thanks, bud.

Must be the lawyers making sure it's shown that two people are needed.
Anyone know if the rear roof section of the 2-door breaks down into smaller sections or is it a "clam shell" that requires two people to remove/install?
 
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Anyone know if the rear roof section of the 2-door breaks down into smaller sections or is it a "clam shell" that requires two people to remove/install?
watch the video link in the thread it shows it's a clam shell.
 

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I apologize if these have been answered but I have two questions related to the removable top (4-dr):

1. I know I've seen photos where only the front panel is off and both the front and middle panels are off, but will it be possible to take only the middle panel off? (Leaving the front and rear panels on)

2. Has there been any talk related to body boom with select panels off? i.e. if only the front panel is off, or if the front and middle are off, etc? I know that can be mitigated by lowering windows, but if the flow is sufficient that there is no body boom at reasonable speeds that would be awesome.

TIA
 

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