Step 1: Materials
A pair of bicycle pegs. You can find them in lots of really interesting designs and color schemes, but for my purposes I chose a nice black satin piece.
Two 3/8" x 4" Eye Bolts. These are the ones that I bought, the shortest I could find in the store and they still stick out the bottom peg slightly. You could probably go a little shorter, if they're available.
Two 3/8" x 2" bolt. You can go slightly longer, but be aware that if you go too long you might scrape the paint on your doorwell.
Six 3/8" Nuts. I know I only took a picture with two for the single peg. Oops.
Four 3/8" Fender Washers. These are going to support the peg on the eye bolt.
Four 3/8" Regular Washers.
Four 3/8" Large Neoprene Washers. This is to protect your door hinge from scratches and corrosion, smaller ones work fine too.
Step 2: Dry Fit and Assemble
Now, break out the tools. I used a pair of vice grips, but a box wrench or crescent wrench would probably be even more well suited. It's very important to tighten the nuts onto the 2" bolts as hard as you can, to make sure that the weight of your leg won't push the peg away from the center of the eye. I used a small metal rod I found in the garage to push the 2" bolt down and tightened the nut onto it.
Step 3: Tape and Paint
Don't make my mistake. In the background of the first picture, you can see a rubberized spray paint can. It was awful, did not do what I wanted it to at all. If you really want something heftier than paint, I recommend some spray-on truck bed liner. No matter what you choose, ensure that you apply a thin coat each time you spray, to give a better finish.
Step 4: Unmask, Size, and Protect
Once any touching up is done, slide the eye bolt through one of the regular washers and one of the neoprene washers, and then down into the bottom door hinge. Using a Sharpie, mark a line where the bolt comes out of the hinge.
Next, you need to protect the inside of the hinge from threads on the eye bolt. After removing the bolt from the hinge, tape everywhere between the line you marked and the nut at the base of the eye. Although the 3/8" bolts fit in the hinge very well, there's still some play in it. By taping around the threads a few times, you can get both a better fit and prevent the bolt's threads from cutting into the inside of the hinge, keeping it from corroding.
Step 5: Mount Them!
Hope you enjoyed reading about and making your own Jeep Wrangler Foot Pegs! Do me a favor, and keep those feet in the breeze!