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I have the CAB model. Wondering if the doors were designed to be removed “easily” during the warmer months? Or were designed to be left on year round? I don’t want to compromise the fit or function etc... 

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If you have power windows, the power disconnect plug is tucked in the ceiling. 

The doors are a bit heavy with glass and motor however not terrible to remove. 

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Thanks for the info. Do you remove your doors or recommend removing doors for the warmer months?

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I’ve only had my Defender for a couple months now so haven’t removed them. I have adjusted the passenger side door to fit better. I don’t believe I will remove them for summer. 

I removed the doors on one of my Polaris machines and it is more enjoyable to drive but the dust from the road gets the cab dirty. Some of the threads on this site talk about half doors which would give that open feeling but keep a large amount of the road dust from entering the cab. 

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