Valhalla Fabrication is excited to introduce tube doors for the Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ!
- 1.5” x 1/8" wall DOM tubing
- Heavy duty rattle-free rotary latches using the factory striker
- Laser cut slotted latch plates for adjustment
- Only 22 lbs per front door & 20 lbs per rear door, making your WJ appox. 240 lbs lighter.
- 100% USA made
- 3/16" hinge mounting flange
- Shipped bare metal
For side mirrors, we recommend using a 1.5" tube clamp with a drilled/tapped hole such as THESE. We went this route to allow customers to purchase mirrors after-the-fact, and to allow a wide variety of options for the mirrors themselves. This also provides a cleaner look should you want to remove them (for tight trails, etc).
Pricing for front pairs: $375 with FREE shipping
Pricing for a full set of front and rears: $750 with FREE shipping
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 847-767-5103
Facebook Page: facebook.com/ValhallaFab
Please allow a few weeks for build time.
NOTE: As of 1/1/2015, we are not using the angle iron for the hinge plate. Instead, we are using a laser cut flat plate.
ZJ (1993-1998) doors here.
More pictures here.
Those look great!
those are kickass
Those look good! That would solve my door issue.
Reading your thread, you took time to work out the design. Well done!
Are they hinged to open? I figured since you have the latch on there they are, I just don't see where the hinges are, unless they're behind the angle iron mount for the front.
yeah Dave the factory door hinges are left in place and bolted inside that angle iron, you can see the bolt heads or nuts facing the rear of the vehicle. These are awesome looking doors and have a great transition between the front and rear, lookin great man!
Cool, that's what I figured. I'm used to my tube doors where you can see the hinges on this are much cleaner.
just curious how do you think the doors would looked skinned?
Its a matter of perspective really, but an aluminum/sheet metal skin would look pretty good. The only downfall would be losing some visibility and air flow. Mesh netting would be another option, but wouldn't be nearly as durable as aluminum/steel/polycarb/etc on the trail.
the only visibility gain you get is on the passenger side, even then if you don't have some one riding shot gun i'm sure you could get someone to spot you.
I really like the design you're going after, looks fantastic on the WJ. Curious to see the finished product on the ZJ
What does the stock WJ doors weigh? Both front and rear? I gotta put this fat bitch on a diet and this would help me boat side my rig and drop it down some more.
Wow!!!!!!! Very interesting point here..
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