No doors? No Problem with Mopar’s new Doors-Off Mirror Kit.

The air flowing through the wide-open cab of a Gladiator or Wrangler with the doors off is one of the best parts of off-roading with a Jeep. But if the safety factor of driving without side mirrors is a concern, the fun and fresh air has to stop once you hit the pavement so you can replace the doors with their factory installed mirrors. But now, Mopar has debuted a product to remedy this dilemma: the Doors-off Exterior Mirror kit


Image: FCA North America

Image: FCA North America

The kit comes with a pair of custom mounting brackets that enable you to attach it’s two Mopar mirrors to the body of your Jeep – though if you prefer the factory mirrors, they can be used with the mounting brackets just as well. Additionally, black steel filler plates for the doors are included. The Doors-off kit is easy to install by affixing the mounting brackets to the cowl end-cap bolt and upper door hinge of each door. The mirrors are built to be able to break-away should you get into any tight spaces that see them brushing up against a tree or the side of a cliff. 

Jeep owners who face the doorless-mirrorless dilemma have many aftermarket options by which they can remedy this issue. But Mark Bosanac, Head of Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care, FCA – North America reminds the consumer that “Mopar offers more than 500 quality-tested, factory-backed performance parts and accessories across the entire Jeep lineup,” –  or in other words, adding Mopar’s mirror kit to your Jeep will not impinge upon your Jeep warranty.

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Made of anti-corrosive coated steel and finished in powder-coat black paint, the Mopar kit comes with a two-year/unlimited mileage warranty and is compatible with the Gladiator (2020 / 2021) and Wrangler JL two-door and four-door (2018 – 2021) models. The Doors-Off Exterior Mirrors kit retails for $295.


Header image: Jeep.com

Photo by Brett Willhelm

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