Review & Install Video
These Barricade Door Storage Hangers are for those of you that have a 2007 and up JK and are looking for a very safe and secure way of storing your doors while you have them removed from your Jeep. Now, storing the doors has always been a struggle, of course, they're big, they're heavy, they're painted. You don't want to scratch them, ding them, damage them in any other way. So, there have been a lot of different solutions in the past that I've seen. There are some carts that you can put the doors on to make them easy to roll around on the floor, but they do take up a good bit of space and some other very inventive designs that do take a lot of manufacturing and design.This is going to be a very, very simple solution that as long as you have enough wall space for your doors to go on, is going to be one of the best, safest, easiest to use, and most secure way of storing your doors when they're not attached to your Jeep. And for the price, I do think you're getting a really good value. These door hangers are sealed, covered in a textured black powder coated finish, and as you can see, they do have slotted mounting holes which makes this a very easy install. You, of course, gonna wanna screw these directly into the studs of your wall, but you can do that and still have some adjustability to get everything lined up. Because this isn't just a one piece door hanger, this doesn't just have a spot to put the door on hinge side, and then let it flap open or need to use a bungee cord or a strap to keep it in place. This also includes this latch plate that will allow you to close the door, keep it nice and secure so it's not going to swing open, and damage or get in the way of anything else. As I said before, I do think that these are really well built, and I think they're really well thought out that they even have a small rubber bushing on the inside of these hinge pins here, and that's tapered which will make it even that much easier to lift your doors on and off the hangers.So, this install is going to be a one out of three wrench installation. It shouldn't take you more than a half hour to complete. The first and most important step is going to be finding the studs on your wall. You're gonna wanna screw these directly into the studs, because you do have a good bit of weight here. These do come with the lag bolts that you're going to need. So, find your studs, use a stud finder, whatever method you like to use. Make sure you have that marked, go ahead and hold this up on the wall, mark out where you want to install those lag bolts, drill yourself a pilot, then install the lags.Finally, you can set the doors in place. Use the door itself as a template to figure out where to mount your latch plate. Simply swing the door close to the wall, see where you need to mount this to get the latch mechanism to match up to this latch plate. And as I said, you do have a good bit of variability here. That is a very large slotted hole, in that plate, to allow for a lot of adjustment. This door hanging kit will run you right around $100, and I do think that's a very fair price. Unless you have a welder and have some steel laying around, you're not going to be able to easily replicate something that is as strong and well built as this is. So, I do think the $100 price tag is more than fair.So, if you're looking for a very secure and safe way to store your doors when they're not on your Jeep, I definitely recommend taking a look at this Barricade Door Hanger Kit, for your 2007 and up JK, that you can find right here at ExtremeTerrain.com.