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Thread: Making the B Pillar removable on a 4 door.

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    So, at the end of this, you are going for functional front airbags, and pretty much all the other crap removed?

    I may have missed it but are you going to have the ability to run a full top and doors, as well as the full on open air version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    So, at the end of this, you are going for functional front airbags, and pretty much all the other crap removed?

    I may have missed it but are you going to have the ability to run a full top and doors, as well as the full on open air version?
    Correct, Front airbags will work, seatbelts and sensors are gone. As I understand it any SRS error could disable the whole system.


    Everything goes back on, B pillars bolt in, doors still fit, hard top and feedom pannels bolt and latch on.

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    Holy hell, that electrical work seems insane. And here I am debating over whether or not to add power door locks because it seems like too much of a hassle, lol.


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    Done enough to drive it finally. Finished my bumper and mostly done with everything associated with the cage install. Have figure out what to do with the back seats still, I have tried 3 different seats, dont like the way any of them fit.














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    Looks amazing! You really drew the winch into the grill. Crazy skills!


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    Very cool man... nice work indeed!


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    Making the B Pillar removable on a 4 door.

    Damn! Your jeep looks awesome, love how tight that bumper and winch sit.
    Well done

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    I have to admit, when you first started this, I wasn't sure how the fuck this was going to turn out, but that looks pretty clean. Nice work.
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    Nice work. I’m not crazy about it, but I’m glad you like it.


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    Maybe it’s just me but wtf?


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