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Thread: Tube doors or half doors on a discovery?

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    Tube doors or half doors on a discovery?

    Anyone have pics?

    I have an idea

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    Found this


    Makes me want to go the half-doors route.
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    I better go grab some doors at the junkyard!

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    some half doors would be pretty cool considering thats a very rare site on a Disco!
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    But honestly, Google "Off-Road Doors" and you'll get a bunch of ideas. I like large tube doors.
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    Last edited by Green Achers; 03-10-2012 at 07:22 PM.

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    Wow, I like the first one, Bill. It would definitely be the easiest to make; a sheet of plywood (pressure treated would be best), a couple of wood fence gate hinges, and some sheet metal screws. It could even be painted to match your Rover.


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    Working on making some tube doors for my Disco. I think it's a cool idea.
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