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Beyes Manufacturing
DoorDock Rack System by Beyes Manufacturing
DoorDock

Franktown, CO - Beyes Manufacturing, Inc. is proud to announce the availability of its highly anticipated DoorDock © Rack System.  DoorDock is the first fully adjustable and expandable vehicle transportable rack system designed specifically to carry the doors of any CJ/Wrangler style Jeep®.

Removing their Jeep doors is a common past time of many 4X4 enthusiasts, but what to do with them once removed has always been the question.  Do they leave them behind and risk having to cut their trail ride short if a storm moves in? Or, do they throw them in the back seat and leave all their other gear behind?  Now, there’s a better option.

DoorDock is built from 2” powder-coated, carbon steel tubing, and fits into either a 1 ¼”  or 2” receiver hitch, enabling the user to carry their removed doors with them…along with all their cargo!

DoorDock is designed to be expandable.  The 2” receiver version features an expandable 1 ¼” receiver option allowing the ability to daisy-chain a ball hitch, or second hitch supported rack.  Now, Jeep owners can carry their doors, all their gear, and still pull a trailer--all with one device!  And, each DoorDock component is lockable*, to protect their rack, and their doors from theft.  The DoorDock Rack System also features an optional Cargo Rack that holds up to 40lbs. of gear, as well as a Floor Stand to hold the DoorDock when not in use.

The DoorDock Rack System is available for purchase at www.doordock.com

The DoorDock Rack System is an exclusive product of Beyes Manufacturing, Inc.  Ron and Mel Beyes are the founders and inventors of the DoorDock.  They are lifelong lovers of the outdoors and avid off-road enthusiasts.  Beyes Manufacturing, Inc. is a member of the Specialty Equipment Market Association and Tread Lightly!.  They are headquartered in Franktown, Colorado.

 


 

 

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