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Rugged Ridge Debuts Wall Mount Jeep Door Holder

If you’re looking for a better way to store your Jeep’s doors when not in use, check out the new Wall Mount Jeep Door Holder from Rugged Ridge. The holder was designed to answer the question of where to safely and securely your doors when not in use. Whether you drive a CJ, YJ, JK, or JL – the Rugged Ridge holder will work with your doors.

Rugged Ridge Wall Mount Jeep Doors Holder

With sturdy all-steel construction, Jeep owners can now mount a pair of doors securely to any wall, keeping them out of harm’s way while remaining easy to access when it’s time to put them back on your Jeep. According to Rugged Ridge, “The new Wall Mount Door Holder is engineered to support the door by the hinges, the same way it is mounted to the vehicle. This gives the door plenty of support and eliminates damage to the weather seals that is common with many other storage methods, including racks. Best of all, it doesn’t take up valuable floor space in the garage or shop. The doors are mounted tightly to the wall, fastened in place with the included latches.”

Rugged Ridge Wall Mount Jeep Door HoldersWall Mount Jeep Door HolderWall Mount Jeep Door HolderEach Rugged Ridge Wall Mount Jeep Door Holder kit includes the brackets and hardware to securely mount one pair of Jeep doors to the wall. Wall-mounting hardware is not include as it will vary based upon your own mounting location and wall material. The kit retails for $133.99 and is available on Rugged Ridge’s website or your local off-road parts and accessories retailer.

Rugged Ridge Wall Mount Jeep Door HolderThe Wall Mount Jeep Door Holder will also work with any style of Jeep doors. This includes half doors, tube doors and full steel doors. The kit comes also comes with a five-year limited warranty. For more information, of if you have questions about this product, please visit the Rugged Ridge website.

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Zach is Editor and Founder of MOTUS. He's also a foodie, off-road and backcountry adventure travel lover, and has coffee running through his veins 24/7.

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