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Need non stock door limit straps

hammer189

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Jan 13, 2013
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Looking for 12" door limit straps. Stock seem to be about 9 1/2" long. I need 12" straps. This is a non stock install. I have a thru dash 6 point roll cage which pushed the truck strap mount points forward. Also a BD fiberglass body. Have a set of vendor straps, but they are too short.
Just need the strap, I already have all the hardware.
Thanks, David
 

Slowleak

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Sep 12, 2013
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You might have to make your own. Leather straps work great. Cut them the right length and wrap them around the metal ends. Then apply some wood glue and clamp them in a vise until dry. Very easy to do……

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NewDog

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There's not much to them, I was going to suggest just getting some nylon webbing and cutting/sewing to the desired length.
But Slowleak's are much nicer!
 

phred

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If you have a sewing machine you can make them. I made mine and they are adjustable. Heavy 2” webbing and heavy duty Velcro. They looks stock but can be lengthened if necessary or completely removed if I want to take the doors off
 

DirtDonk

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Or weld a tab on to the roll cage that can accept the stock straps. Put it where it's not only a little bit out of the way (no shin contact) but closer to the door so effectively the stock length lets the door open a bit more.

Paul
 

FordBronc

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Bronco's, yea I have a couple.
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If you can not get it to work out on your own, try a saddle repair/maker shop. You could even get some basket weave stamped into them....rr the word BRONCO. Or try a boat repair place to get some heavy duty sewing done.
 
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