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I dont have any good pictures only phone pics. But i cut the top off of full doors to make half doors. On the front i just used the sheet metal from the door tops to fill the gap where the window came through it was almost a perfect fit. I welded it up and then used fiberglass to fill the imperfections and build it up smooth around the front of the door where it kinda slopes up ( i dont have pictures of this). on the rear it was a little more difficult the gap that is created is a little more significant and i had some real issue's. so i had my buddy who works in the sheet metal shop make a cap for me. we then coated the metal so it wouldn't rust form the different metals and built a tail gate type cap out of aluminum to put on used counter sunk rivets and fastened it on. it turned out amazing, i have to give all the credit to my sheet metal buddy he went anal on it and made sure the angles were perfect.jblueridge. Doesnt answer your question but how did you accomplish the door cut? any pics you can add. Considering this since I dont think I will ever come across removable top doors
I would recommend owners don't cut them up. They are going to be as scarce as hens teeth in the future.
The truck i got these doors from was headed to the crusher. The newer hard top (non removable top prado's) do not have the same windshield angle as the regular heavy duty cruiser with the drop windshield. everything else lines up but the very top part is not the same. The doors are not all the sameI would recommend owners don't cut them up. They are going to be as scarce as hens teeth in the future.
Are half doors (or doors for a soft top 70 Series) still available from Toyota? Or have they been discontinued?