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    Default M1123 vs. M1045A2

    hey guys,

    I've been offered armored doors from an M1045A2 and want to know if they would fit my M1123...

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    Define armored doors...m1045’s have supplemental x-doors, basically a steel plate riveted to an X-door.
    if so, yes...they will fit, there is no difference in any of the trucks.
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    Wow they are not that... that is why I asked... they are full plate with armored windows.
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    pictures of doors would really help.
    are they flat or have a slight arch / curve to them
    What do the hinges look like and how many per door?
    standard kind, piano type

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    Default tly Doors

    This is not the doors I've been offered, but look exactly the same...

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    I personally have never seen any like that.
    To me they kind of look like something improvised in the field.
    maybe Steve (RWH) or Greg (86Humv) can give you a better idea

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    Looks like ASK just has a guard over the window. Some type of field mod though more than likely.
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    Thats an early Mak door....fits trucks with standard M10XX style roof, but Heavy and you would need alot of other parts and drill lots of holes to mount them.
    Unless your wanting to armor the truck...I would not take them.
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    Free?

    Maybe use for a pattern to make out of another material. In the crunch of developing add on armor in the field I have heard from my Nephews that a lot of scrap materials were used to give any type of protection from just small arms fire. He went on to say that windows were not even worried about because the heat was as bad as the badguys.

    I will have to ask him about pictures on the convoy trucks as they were as He said prime targets. He also said that piles of scrap equipment were used piecemeal for layered deflecting surfaces.
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