How to Remove the Doors on Your 2021 Ford Bronco

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The time has come. Tonight at 7PM, the doors come off. Grab your 13mm hex socket and make sure you lift with your legs, not with your back. Oh, a flannel shirt will help too, we don't really have all the "science" worked out on it but Jon swears flannel makes it easier. ;)



 
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In the video, Jon talks about the door bags. We thought we'd give you a closer look at these since they're kinda cool. Putting them in the back is a little more involved than just throwing them back there. There's a harness for doing it but there's very detailed instructions on how to hook up the harness. Also, the bags tell you which door goes in that bag and where that door falls in the order for storing it in the back. The QR codes currently go to the Bronco manifesto video, but they might change for production.

There's a harness that keeps them all secured when they're in the back.
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Driver's Side Front Door Bag:
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Driver's Side Rear Door Bag:
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Passenger's Side Front Door Bag:
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Passenger's Side Rear Door Bag:
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In the video, Jon talks about the door bags. We thought we'd give you a closer look at these since they're kinda cool. Putting them in the back is a little more involved than just throwing them back there. There's a harness for doing it but there's very detailed instructions on how to hook up the harness. Also, the bags tell you which door goes in that bag and where that door falls in the order for storing it in the back. The QR codes currently go to the Bronco manifesto video, but they might change for production.

There's a harness that keeps them all secured when they're in the back.
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Driver's Side Front Door Bag:
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Driver's Side Rear Door Bag:
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Passenger's Side Front Door Bag:
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Passenger's Side Rear Door Bag:
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Are these doors included in the purchase? Don’t see them in the B&P.
 
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They should have made the storage order both front doors and then the rear doors. A driver might want to remove only the front doors, but not likely just the rear doors leaving front doors on.
 

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In the video, Jon talks about the door bags. We thought we'd give you a closer look at these since they're kinda cool. Putting them in the back is a little more involved than just throwing them back there. There's a harness for doing it but there's very detailed instructions on how to hook up the harness. Also, the bags tell you which door goes in that bag and where that door falls in the order for storing it in the back. The QR codes currently go to the Bronco manifesto video, but they might change for production.

There's a harness that keeps them all secured when they're in the back.
View attachment 6556
Driver's Side Front Door Bag:
View attachment 6559
Driver's Side Rear Door Bag:
View attachment 6560
Passenger's Side Front Door Bag:
View attachment 6557
Passenger's Side Rear Door Bag:
View attachment 6558
So,,,, When/If the slide out tailgate is available, how will that affect stashing the doors in the back? Hate to buy the bags, get the later available slide out and then not be able to stash the doors.
 

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They should have made the storage order both front doors and then the rear doors. A driver might want to remove only the front doors, but not likely just the rear doors leaving front doors on.
We know that this is a supported configuration for the front doors. The harness system can take just the front doors and still keep them secured in the back. Would have to confirm for the rear doors.
 
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So,,,, When/If the slide out tailgate is available, how will that affect stashing the doors in the back? Hate to buy the bags, get the later available slide out and then not be able to stash the doors.
We haven't tested it but I would doubt it. It's a tight fit vertically and probably can't take the extra ~4".
 
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I've got questions about the bag itself. Are they washable? Putting the bags over a dirty door is not going to be a good thing if you never clean the inside if the bag. I can see the dirt getting ground into the paint.