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TheDo114

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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.




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I have never owned a Jeep but based on my knowledge, this Bronco is so much easier to take off/put on the doors and roof
 

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Oooohhh thanks for posting, Good Job Buddy 👍 Another cup of coffee and this will be my 'me' time ;)

I'll take any and all intel. I can on 2 door size comparison, etc. (Simply by seeing it more and more)
 

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I saw a cart for Wranglers that helps you lift off the rear hard top and also store it in your garage. I'm assuming it would work for a Bronco top also. Depending on pricing, might have to look at getting one.
 

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Now I'm bummed I can't get the base model in Cyber Orange. It also stinks I can't get the Sasquatch (sp?) package with a manual. I wanted a base model Sasquatch in Cyber Orange (or perhaps Race Red). Nope! Ain't happening. I hate it when automakers make those kinds of decisions for us.

Cool video though, thanks for posting it.
 

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Top doesn't look too heavy for 2 people. So not too bad. Great find.

My question is (not really related) but WTF did they NOT put window controls on the door? I hate that about the wife's Jeep. If the doors are off, you wouldn't a button for the window on the console or the dash. Stupid shit like that annoys me.
 

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I saw a cart for Wranglers that helps you lift off the rear hard top and also store it in your garage.
May not even be necessary unless you're wanting to store it that way. It looks like they lifted the rear roof section up and maneuvered it in pretty easily. I'm curious how much it weighs.


If the doors are off, you wouldn't a button for the window on the console or the dash.
It's so you can control other windows if your door is removed.
 

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i will reserve my frustration when we see the modular roof being removed that will still need 2 people or a hoist and garage storage space for the clamshell
 

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Can we ban all the "I can't get a Sasquatch with a manual" comments please? What don't people get about just buy a base with a manual and swap out the tires?
 

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Top looks pretty light (lighter than the door). It seemed that you need two people just to help line everything up on the top vs. sharing the load. I noticed that the top has a lot of flex in it compared to my Isuzu. Hopefully that doesn’t cause future issues or maybe it’s just a prototype things.
 

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Good to see... those things went on about x10 easier and quicker than my JK.

I'm pretty sure I've spent the better part of an hour lining up the pins on my jeep doors.
Literally about chopped a toe off once with one of my doors on my JK. Had to use a barstool from that point on! But I’m 5’4 and the Jeep had a 4 inch life. I’ll be keeping bronco stock though might make a handy hydraulic cart set up to hold the doors.
 

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