Do you have automatic rock sliders/steps by any chance? Do you know what is getting caught with? More than happy to exchange it of course. Can you send me an email with more info and I can send you an exchange label? our email is [email protected]I have them. My passenger side one is “popping” when I open the door. It gets caught when I open the door and bends back. Can I get a new one for passenger or a fix? I’ve tried double sided tape but that just peels off.
THANK YOU so much for saying that Casp, you are absolutely right!!! A lot of people don't realize they can also get damaged while not being used l, even if you have one of those carts where you can put them away, usually the panel side is facing out, making them prone to damage...I would also argue that something like this would be useful for when you're actually going doorless, and are hanging up (or laying down) your doors somewhere. Gives some protection to potential scratches, gouges, poked holes, while being stored.
In my case, I don't have a garage, so when I take the doors off, I either have to leave them inside in the spare bedroom, or place them in the shed... No telling what can happen in either location, tbh.. something like this would put my mind at ease, offering extra protection.
Good idea for a product.
I wish I would have had these quite some time back cause my daughter has already busted my rear passenger door arm rest. These will be to just cover up what she has damaged and keep more damage and dog scratches off of thingsVery interesting and giving them some thought but as others have mentioned way more shiney that would like. Perhaps if another batch comes out not so shiney
I ordered my set from you guys on Thursday of last week and had them on Friday. This is one of the best products I have ever had for any of my Jeeps. I cant thank you enough for saving my back doors from my boxer. I posted a video about them on the Jeep Gladiator facebook page and sent a bunch of business your way. Thanks again!Thanks everyone for the recommendations and kind words of support. Means a lot
They are very shinny but I only use them when I have the dog in the rig, and she does not seem to care, or I have a bunch of gear, and so far the gear has been silent on the matter. So I'm not sure why folks don't want the shinny. I mean who really cares at the end of the day when you take em off and your doors are not beat up?Anyone tried spraying down with just a matte clear coat at all? Would it stick and possible cut a little shine out?