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Hello fellow Joyner dudes, i am looking for any ideas or pics on some doors my Trooper fleet. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Somewhere on the face of this earth, there may be someone who sells doors.  Can't find them on the internet.  Netting is a low cost option but doesn't do much for keeping mud out or passengers in.  You might have to make your own if you want more substantial doors.  There are full cab kits with doors but they approach $1,000+.

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Here's some pictures I had saved as a reference for when I build mine! From people right here on the forum. LOL Hope they help ya!

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We have Soft Doors for the T2, plus other panels and Windshields. Our full list is:

Full Cab Enclosure for Hard Windshield  $509.95 (Add a Windshield from below for a Full Cab Enclosure)
Door/Rear Window Combo $449.95 (If you have a Hard Top, you just need to add a Windshield for a Full Cab Enclosure) 
Vinyl Windshield/Top/Rear Combo $339.95 
Vinyl Windshield/Top Combo $309.95 
Soft Top  $119.95 
Soft Doors $309.95 
Soft Back Panel $184.95
 
Extras: 
Zip Open Windows in the Doors $35.00 per pair
Zip Open Windows in the Back Panel $35.00
 
Windshields
Standard 2‐Piece, GP Lexan, Vented, Loop Clamps $299.95 
Premium Economy 2‐Piece, GP Lexan, Vented, Quick Install Straps $279.95
Premium 2‐Piece, GP Lexan, Vented, Quick Connect Clamps $369.95 
Deluxe Economy 2‐Piece, Mar‐Resistant Lexan, Vented, Quick Install Straps $384.95
Deluxe 2‐Piece, Mar‐Resistant Lexan, Vented, Quick Connect Clamps $429.95 
 
Extras:
Dual Vents in the Windshield $10.00
 
Just contact me here or through our Pacific Eagle UTV website. 
Thanks, Mike. 
 
 

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