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    Doors off question?

    I'm sure this thread has been covered Allready but I can't find it in a search. If I pull the doors off my 2012 wrangler do I have to re-mount the mirrors or can I drive without them.

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    Thread moved to Ask a SAVE Officer forum so you can get the officer's legal opinion on the question.
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    Here's the original thread: http://www.jeepkings.ca/forums/showt...rs-Off-Door-on

    Quote Originally Posted by ON OFFroad
    Absolutely no problem at all! JK/TJ/YJ/CJ were all made with this in mind. One thing to remember is you will still need an unobstructed view to the rear (rearview mirror)
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    Quote Originally Posted by salad View Post
    Thanks salad, that about covers it!

    You must have a clear view to the rear, and if your rear view mirror accomplishes this, you should be good to go!
    Opinions expressed are those of the author, accuracy of information posted cannot be guaranteed. These opinions in no way represent the OPP, any other Police Department or Police Officer.

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    Thanks

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    Any time!

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    will they give me a hard time because i have a spare tire there? how clear is clear?
    If its a mechanical device i can fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by markr1001 View Post
    will they give me a hard time because i have a spare tire there? how clear is clear?
    It's been said a number of times in this forum, and its called discretion. It's up to the individual Officer.

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