Dodge Charger Lambo Doors

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    Lambo or scissor doors are so called because instead of opening out like a traditional car door, they open upward, pivoting at the front of the door just behind the fender, just like the blade of a scissors. Since the kit is a bolt-on installation, with no permanent modifications required, it can always be removed and the vehicle returned to stock if desired.

    Dodge Charger Lambo Doors Reviews
    Average rating:4.54.4 - 2 reviews
    4.5(4.3)
    APPEARANCE10
    EASE OF INSTALLATION6
    PRICE/VALUE8
    QUALITY10
    2006 Dodge Charger
    | Posted by | (Union City, TN)

    I had my lambo doors professionally installed because of the cutting involved. This added almost $800 to the cost but I wanted the peace of mind it gave me. They warned me to "baby" the doors going up and down to keep them from getting out of adjustment. I will have to see how they hold adjustment. Don't like the weakening of the fender where the back was cut off to make room for the hinges and I get a little road noise because the seal on that piece is now gone but it isn't very much. Overall, I am well pleased with the look of the doors. I like that I don't have to open them to the up position to get in and out but I still do it to show them off sometimes. They are an eye-catcher for sure. I think I have the only ones in town so that's cool too.

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