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    Quote Originally Posted by 64wildcat View Post
    I got these from Quadratec.
    Do you find that they move at highway speed?

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    I've got the same style on my TJ. They don't move if you tighten them down enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dun_right View Post
    Do you find that they move at highway speed?
    Like Jesse said,just tighten them down and they're fine.
    I used channel locks to snug them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 64wildcat View Post
    Like Jesse said,just tighten them down and they're fine.
    I used channel locks to snug them up.

    Awesome thanks guys. Iím gunna try to sell these others and get those style I like them a lot better.

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    Passed state inspection with no doors, no windows, and no top. I do have all three mirrors mounted. The outside ones can be run door on or off, with no changing of anything there.

    I guess they figure that they are all removable anyways, and they can all be put back on. Unless you like to be cold and/or wet.
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not ;)

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    Doors off only works for vehicles that have the option from the factory. you can actually be legally inspected with no doors or top on a wrangler. As far as the law stuff, the police have to use the inspection statutes as guidelines for vehicle safety enforcement. Kind of like a speeding ticket in a bad weather crash. There is no specific speed law for road conditions, but if you crash in adverse conditions you were going too fast even if you were only doing 5 mph. A lot of officers wont bother you or will just issue a warning as long as youre not an ass. As much as I would like to take my doors off my XJ, I understand that it is a structural part of the vehicle and it would be severely compromised if I was to get into an accident.
    GONE---2007 Jeep JK, 35" GY duratracs, RC 3.5" lift, ORFab stubby winch bumper, barricade trailforce hd rear bumper, smittybilt xrc rock rails, RC led lights
    SOLD---1999 XJ sport, RC 4.5" series 2 lift, RC winch bumper w/light hoop, 31" wrangler silent armors, skidrow t-case skid
    SOLD---1996 Jeep XJ

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