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    Hello all,

    I have a rear driver side door from a '99 XJ that I have listed on Craigslist. A gentleman who is interested in buying it has a 2001 XJ Sport. He wants to know if the door from the '99 will fit his 2001 XJ. I knew it would fit up to a 2000, but was not sure if it would fit a 2001.

    Does anyone here know?

    Thanks!!
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    Default Re: Door question

    I'm no expert. but think it does.
    One more part and I'll have a new Jeep

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    97 and up all fits
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    And a bunch of other stuff

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    Thanks !!
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    fyi. if unbolting the hinges(good luck with that) with those torques bits.
    use the impact torque bits. they are stronger. regular ones can snap on stuck bolts. heat helps too..if bolts are stuck that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabies View Post
    fyi. if unbolting the hinges(good luck with that) with those torques bits.
    use the impact torque bits. they are stronger. regular ones can snap on stuck bolts. heat helps too..if bolts are stuck that is.
    This is Texas, all bolts come out easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjim350 View Post
    This is Texas, all bolts come out easy
    That's because in Texas the wrenches are bigger.
    One more part and I'll have a new Jeep

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