I went with the original measurements for 2 doors and they fit fine... just less material to use. You can try with the original, and if you find the spacing a bit wide, go with the 7'... I tried shorter & didn't like the fit... I want the doors to kinda lean on each other so the cart doesn't tip.So...is 7" spacing for the doors adequate or would this still be a pretty tight fit?
The red is 6” Also helps to put painters tape on the glass to help hold it in place as you set it down.thanks for the plan I am almost done but I had a question.. the 1*2 board on hardtop holder cart, does it sit 6" from outer front or 6" from inner front ? Can someone please tell me.
(referencing the image from someone else's build)
Thanks so much for this design & PDF. Would it still work if I used, 2x6's for the 2 verticle 29" pieces instead of 2x4? or does it some how get in the way?It’s so the top sits vertically with a slight slant. There’s the middle piece to help support the wiper blade on the windshield.
The picture is from Yote’s thread.
So how did you dye the plastic? And thats a lot of electrical tape isn't it ?Thanks guys for the plans and pictures. I combined what you guys did with a craft project my daughter found to stain pvc pipe. I stained all of the connectors red to match the red accents on the Jeep. I probably wouldn’t have paid for the petroleum dye just to do this, but since I already had it...
Is that the black foam in the plumbing department like at Depot that has the slit down it ?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.