Door storage

dblplay1212

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I know I can't be the only one that struggles with door storage. We have a 2 car garage that's for my wife's Grand Cherokee and my TJ and then I use the single car garage for the 392. My old GC doesn't even have a garage home anymore but that's another issue entirely. The single car garage is pretty small so hanging the doors on the wall was going to make it a tight squeeze getting in and out without banging into them. All of the carts I'd seen were pretty big so my half doors have just been sitting in their boxes for 6 months. Came across a vendor this weekend at Jeep Beach that had a pretty nifty cart so I bought 2 of them. They fold up pretty small when not being used. They'll easily fit in the trunk with luggage if you want tk take doors off on a road trip and store them in your hotel room. They sit on the carpet part for support so the hinges aren't supporting all the weight like if on the wall. Figured I'd share. They had them for $299 but website says $399 so idk. I'm not affiliated with them in any way, just like the product.


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That is very cool. I was thinking about making a wall mount system but may make something similar to that
 
I purchased a cart just like this from gowithoutdoors.com.

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@dblplay1212 great find thanks for sharing! I had been planning on ordering these but they don't work for my half doors. Any tip-e-ness to this cart? It looks like the door paint is protected. Now I have to figure out which one to go with. :unsure:
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These will work for half and full doors on the wall. A few different options available.

 
@dblplay1212 great find thanks for sharing! I had been planning on ordering these but they don't work for my half doors. Any tip-e-ness to this cart? It looks like the door paint is protected. Now I have to figure out which one to go with. :unsure:
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No tipping at all. I rolled it from garage out onto the papers to take pictures and it didn't tip at all on the bumpy pavers.
 
You can purchase the body side door hinges as well. That’s what a friend of mine did. Different set up, but hung on body mount hinges.
 
I simply purchased 8 eye bolts and recycled a few scrap pieces of Baltic birch plywood, and hung them on the wall. I got the basic idea from the guy over on waylife’s YouTube channel. Simple, cheap, and easy!
 
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