I'd be willing to buy you a hoist for that cart you made.Just wanted to show the completed cart in action. Works great! Only problem is, I learned on Sat that my wife is not capable of helping me take the top off. So me be installing a hoist. If I do I’ll have a cart available for someone
Here's my printable DIY Instructions for building your own Hard Top Cart based off of @Texas_Yote 's build and an updated Door Holder Cart based off an outdated "Instructables.com" build. Basically $165 Total for both carts! You save money and have your own touch on it! I was about to drop $200+ on a hardtop cart alone until I found Yote's thread https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/hardtop-cart.6581/#post-150265
This one they have on the internet for sale. its nice to. i like how everything closes up doors and all
To update the door holder I’d do 3.5” sections and 7” sections to give your doors a bit more room to fit into. It’s a bit of a squeeze with 2.5” and 6” sections.
You, sir, are a true man among men. I'm a first-time Jeep owner and haven't removed the doors or top out of fear of damaging them. Jeeps are expensive Lego sets, and this is a great project. Thank you for the brilliant ideas.Just finished up the Door Holder Cart build!
Ended up only using 4 Foam Insulators instead of the five I bought. Also used Eight 24” Outdoor Zipties to secure the holder to the furniture dolly.
Nah I just merely organized them together make sure to double check my first post as well. The build instructions were originally for JK doors and the JL doors are a a few inches wider. Other than that, they’ve helped a lot and save the extra money for other thingsYou, sir, are a true man among men. I'm a first-time Jeep owner and haven't removed the doors or top out of fear of damaging them. Jeeps are expensive Lego sets, and this is a great project. Thank you for the brilliant ideas.