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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-01-2000, 02:16 AM Thread Starter
 
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Pics of Old style door strikers??

I just bought a pair of old style doors for my cj. Of course my jeep doesn't have door stikers... So i went to chrystler and asked them to get me all the pieces for a pair of door strikers. What i ended up with the actual "striker" and a shim. And to top it off no one has a clue to piece it together. I am assuming i am missing parts. If anyone has a pic or even an explianation i would appreciate it. thanks

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Re: Pics of Old style door strikers??

You should have gotten two metal striking plates, curved and then make a 90 degree bend. You should have also been given two abrasive textured pieces of metal with two screw holes. You bolt the strikers to the door jam, rearward portion of door opening, after you bolt the doors up to see where they will hit. Bolt the strikers at the point of contact. Place the abrasive metal piece on the back side of the door jam and tighten the striker to this piece. The abrasive surface provides enough friction to keep the striker in place. You now shut the door, turn over the key and enjoy the peace and quiet of full hard doors.
_) pic of striker

] pic of abrasive surfaced metal backing plate

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Re: Pics of Old style door strikers??

thanks Lee. Hey you know anything about changing the spedo gear to compensate for larger tires?

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Re: Pics of Old style door strikers??

You go me there. My speedo was already re-calibrated when I bought the Jeep. I would advise you make another post for this topic, try a search first. Look for the words speedo gear and you should have success.


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Re: Pics of Old style door strikers??

i have some pics of door strike assemblies for 82 and up cj's. email me an address and i'll send them. i'm also trying to sell them: $30/for the pair? [email protected]

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