Rampage 7695 Trail Doors 2 Door Set, 2007-17 Jeep Wrangler
07-17 Jeep Wrangler
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Get the feel of the trail while staying protected with Trail Doors from Rampageâ„¢ Products. Adventure-worth attributes included thick steel safari-style construction with a textured black powder coated finish, removable netting, and easy-to-open handles... installs easily with adjustable hinge pins and latch plates, ensuring a precise.
Enjoy the feel of the trail and an open air, yet protected, ride with Trail Doors from Rampage Products. A warm-weather alternative to expensive factory half doors, our adventure-worthy TrailDoors install easily with adjustable hinge pins and latch plates ensuring a precise fit. Thick steel safari-style construction with a textured black powder-coated finish, easy-to-open handles and removable heavy-duty nylon webbing keeps you secure and protected.
- 1-1?4” diameter outside tubing
- Safari-style rear tube doors
- Removable netting is included
- Textured black powder coated finish
- Adjustable hinge pins and latch plate
- Easy installation with included instruction guide and hardware
- Pre-drilled for optional side mirrors
- Backed by a one year limited manufacturer warranty
- Available in 2 piece or 4 piece sets
- 07-17 Jeep Wrangler 2 and 4 Door
Application2007-2017 Jeep Wrangler
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