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JEEP Entry Guards

Part #: 82210104 (2 door) or 82210106 (4 door)

I just got tired of scratching up the entrance to the Jeep, so I picked up a pair of JEEP Entry Guards for the edge of the door.  These cover the entire edge and extend down a little on the side. The Jeep instructions had a guy in mind. Just pictures on how to put them on. The only difference between the 2 door and the 4 door is the rear doors on the 4 door.

Additional Parts:

Tools Needed:
Alcohol
Rag

 

The Parts:
Here is what they look like.  They do supply you with one small alcohol wipe.  I needed a little bit more to get a real good cleaning of the mounting area.
2 door parts
2 Door
4 door parts
4 Door

 

Installation Front:
1. Clean off the edge of the door frame with the alcohol wipe.
clean off sill
2. Do a quick test fit so that you know how they will be lining up. The tape is really sticky and once you put it on it won't come back off in one piece. test fit piece
3. Pull off the strip to expose the double-sided tape.  Center the Entry Guard on the door and press down.
remove tape and press down

 
Installation Rear:
1. Clean off the edge of the door frame with the alcohol wipe.
clean off rear sill
2. Do a quick test fit so that you know how they will be lining up. The tape is really sticky and once you put it on it won't come back off in one piece. The pieces are different shapes for each side, they taper towards the rear.. Make sure that you have the correct one. test fit rear piece
3. Pull off the strip to expose the double-sided tape. 
pull off strip
pull off strip
4. Center the Entry Guard on the door and press down. press sill guard in place

 

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This page last updated: 16-Apr-2008

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