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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-07-2008, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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Pro-one door question

Alright, just got the doors on, but have a question. Do these doors really require no nuts on the cage? Directions tell you to remove stock nuts from the bolts that fasten the cage in front. But, you cannot put them back on without some modification to the door frame. Is this true? I mean, the holes on the door frame are threaded, but just seems fishy. Fill me in please.
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Alright, just got the doors on, but have a question. Do these doors really require no nuts on the cage? Directions tell you to remove stock nuts from the bolts that fasten the cage in front. But, you cannot put them back on without some modification to the door frame. Is this true? I mean, the holes on the door frame are threaded, but just seems fishy. Fill me in please.
The bolts go through the front side of the cage and thread into the door... Whats wrong with that setup?


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Not sure if there is anything wrong with it. It just seems to me there should be a nut used. But, if that is the way it works, I'm all for it....Just checkin.
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Not sure if there is anything wrong with it. It just seems to me there should be a nut used. But, if that is the way it works, I'm all for it....Just checkin.
Once it threads into the doors it isn't coming out. I've tried my hardest to pull them off to no avail.


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I've had no problems yet. Iv'e lawn darted, hit whoops at speed, jumped, etc. nothing has even loosened them up.

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Sounds good guys.. Thanks for the info.
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I lawn darted into a front cartwheel at 40+ and lots of things bent and broke but the Pro One doors did not come loose...

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I lawn darted into a front cartwheel at 40+ and lots of things bent and broke but the Pro One doors did not come loose...
Shit, when was this? everyone all right?

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Shit, when was this? everyone all right?
Yeah, everyone is fine, about 2 weeks after I met you in mutha G

thats why I did the thread on the light bar actuator...had to make a new cage and light bar...

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I lawn darted into a front cartwheel at 40+ and lots of things bent and broke but the Pro One doors did not come loose...
Dang. Enough said.
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