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This is a quick door rack to keep your jeep doors safe when you are driving around doorless. Seemed like a good first instructable. :-)
From Home Depot: 4 - 10' X1" PVC pipe 6 - 1" pipe insulators 14 - 1" PVC elbows 10 - 1" PVC TEEs Cost about $35 Cut ...
Connect two 2' sections and one 1' section with elbows. Do this 5 times.
Create two base sections each with a TEE, 1' section, TEE, 1' section, TEE. Before you press them together too hard make sure that all of the TEE ...
Create two sections each with a 4" section, TEE, 4" section, elbow. Then connect the two sections at the TEE with a 1' section. Connect this to the ...
Cut the foam pipe insulators to fit every section of 1" pipe you can. The insulators are split down the middle and are self adhesive so you can ...
Take your doors off!!! The two front doors lean in against the center vertical section. The two back doors go in the outer slots. I put them on ...
I modified my rack some today. I shortened the distance between posts to 6" and cut the height down to 19" this keeps the vertical posts under the ...
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