X doors

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Dayron84

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Considering buying x doors for the humvee. They aren’t cheap so was wanting some input from those who have them. Basically is it worth the expensive cost other than the obvious cool look?


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I bought my truck with both soft and X doors. After 7 months, I can tell you, it is very unlikely the soft doors will ever go back on. X doors are silly in pricing, but I a very happy I purchased them.
 

Dayron84

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I bought my truck with both soft and X doors. After 7 months, I can tell you, it is very unlikely the soft doors will ever go back on. X doors are silly in pricing, but I a very happy I purchased them.
Thanks for the feedback. I think I would enjoy them also once I get past the cost.


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Dock Rocker

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X-doors are great in the cold, compared to the soft doors. That look MUCH cooler. They create a ton of blind spots. They kill airflow in the summer compared to the larger window hole on the soft doors. They are SILLY expensive.




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kdaniels

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I cut loose a set I had about a year ago....they were 85-90% with great glass and seals. I put them out for $2400..they lasted about 48 hrs. I like my soft doors for the ease of on/off.. I let someone else hold on to the "cool" factor.

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They rattle loudly, and require immediate rebuild to be anywhere near acceptable. They need locks to be added, and once you add them they need to be manually locked from the outside for passengers (and re-locked when they leave) each time. I like the look BUT I hate the actual doors.

I am swapping my X-doors for electric ones with power windows and locks. I will then restore mine for times my vehicle is rented for cinema and such.
 

Dayron84

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Do they use the same hinges as the soft doors? Require a different striker correct? So switching between hard and soft doors will require switching strikers?


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G3isMe

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I cut loose a set I had about a year ago....they were 85-90% with great glass and seals. I put them out for $2400..they lasted about 48 hrs. I like my soft doors for the ease of on/off.. I let someone else hold on to the "cool" factor.

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keith
That was a good price. I paid $3,400 six months ago for my set. I still had to paint them to match the truck but well worth the price IMHO. You won't be disappointed if you can find a set at a price you think is fair.
 
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