I have a 2016 Jeep Wrangler unlimited, I want to mount these to my smitty built tubular doors. The doors have a bracket which would make the mount the same as mirrors on standard doors, will these fit? Also, because I will have these on half doors, I want to make sure they do not have the wiring for the electric windows, please confirm
Romey from Lafayette, LA on
These Body Armor 4x4 Mirrors for Trail Doors come as a pair and fit great on the Smittybilt trail doors. They don't have a wire hook up for electric windows so no
worries there. Thanks for your inquiry.
Jim G Ext 4806 from Lafayette, LA on
fit 2012 rencon 2 door gen 3 half door thanks mike
bonanza69 from loma co on
The Body Armor 4x4 Mirrors for Trail Doors will fit the gen 3 half doors. Thanks for the inquiry.
Adam from loma co on
Hello I have a set of Body Armor Gen II Web doors. Will these mirrors fit?
Joe from Perth amboy, NJ on
Yes, these mirrors from Body Armor fit great on the GenII web doors from Body Armor. Thanks for the inquiry!
Jim G Ext 4806 from Perth amboy, NJ on
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Body Armor 4x4 produces extreme off-road equipment for Jeeps and trucks. The company was founded in the 1990s in Corona, California. Body Armor engineers its products to withstand the abuse of the trail over and over while personalizing the look of your rig. Body Armor popular products include Jeep bumpers with integrated winch plates and multiple light mounting points, Trail doors that are predrilled for aftermarket mirrors plus thick nylon webbing to protect passengers from scraping branches and a very secure two position latch, plus rock steps that also function as sliders. All Body Armor parts are built for durability with a dual process powdercoat oversprayed with a textured finish and undersprayed with an e-coat. So corrosion resistance is quite strong. Shop Body Armor 4x4 Now