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Door Dimples anyone??

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Anyone else noticing their doors dimpling at the lower hinge on their front doors???

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Nahh for real though, if you really take your time and inspect the whole Jeep in good lighting and different angles, you’ll find a whole lot that makes you wonder what idiots they have working in Toledo.
This is why the Jeep is best to be caked in mud at all times.
 

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Mine do also
 
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Nahh for real though, if you really take your time and inspect the whole Jeep in good lighting and different angles, you’ll find a whole lot that makes you wonder what idiots they have working in Toledo.
Been there done that, the curse of being ocd!!
 
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They all do. Every single one. Yours is like every other Jeep. It’s just how they are.
Unfortunately, the trade off to light aluminum doors. I would still take the heavier steel doors of my TJ and JK any day, but oh well.
 

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If you get your Wrangler ceramic coated, it shows them even more

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If you get your Wrangler ceramic coated, it shows them even more

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It has little to do with ceramic coating. Ceramic coating is nothing more then a semi permanent wax/sealer. It’s all in the color, some colors hide blemishes better then others, silver being the best, black being the absolute worst. Don’t get me wrong I love black cars, my 03 Cobra was black but it’s way to difficult to maintain. For me a black vehicle is like a needy GF, the more you do for her the more she wants. But she looks damn sexy when she’s all done up.
 

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