Discussion in 'The Garage' started by onedayjake, Jun 15, 2005.
does anyone use tube doors? have pics?
Wheeling with tube doors is fun.
agreed, tube doors rock. I don't even own "real" doors anymore. They are to heavy, to weak, to rust prone and most of all, too opaque.
I love mine too...although I don't get to use them much.
Nice style on your tubes. Did you fab yourself, or are they available for sale?
And I wonder, since I don't have bender/welder, are tube doors available for 66 model GMs? Thanks
Who sells tube doors and how much do they run??
Both cybrfire and Myself sell tube doors, check out the vendor section or our websites for pricing.
Yep, what he said!
On a '66?
Got tubes for a 66 body?
I wish! Only have so many vehicles to set this stuff up on.
wow, those look great
Is that $179 a piece or for a pair?
is there any states that dont allow you to drive on highway with tube doors
Thats for a pair Rick with mounting hardware.
Shipping with fed ex is usually 15-30 bucks
I dont know specifics on states but most require the bottom portion to be plated or the truck have an inner well like heeps to keep stuff from rolling out. Mirrors are required just on the driver side and rearview in CA I believe.
Mirror kits are available and some light sheet or plate can be added across the bottom of the doors. That's one reason why I kept the lower bar so close to the body.
would look cool with a small sheet of diamond plate on it. Just screw or bolt on for easy removal, and find a cheap mirror from local auto parts chain store.
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