Protect your Jeep with Simple To Apply Door Guards

As we have established a few times along the way there are two types of Jeep Wrangler Drivers, the commuter dudes and the off-road junkies. But there is one thing that both of them have in common: they like to treat their Wranglers like gold and treat the exterior, interior and engine like they are a small child or animal. And why not it is the thing that gives them fun and life. That is why any self-respecting Wrangler owner knows they need to get HighRock 4×4 Door Entry Guards For 07-09 Jeep Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK to help protect their door sills from scratches and dings.

If you were one of those guys who bought a Wrangler owned by an ingrate who treated it like a car and not a living, breathing thing then you can also use the HighRock Door entry guards to help hide the shame the former owner caused your new baby. They can help hide those embarrassing scratches and dings and are very easy to install with the included self-adhesive tape. You can have your Wrangler back in tip-top shape in just minutes.

When you buy the HighRock 4×4 Door Entry GuardsFor 07-09 Jeep Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK also comes with two protectors for the front entry areas and two for the tailgate as well. This set is just made just for the 2007-2009 Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimiteds and can be purchased from for about 25 bucks.

Besides protecting they also help create a more rugged look when the doors are off or open because they break-up the car color with a tough looking black piece that screams, “Come hit me I won’t scratch!” It also matches the interior of the door for a people who like that sort of thing.

Once you get these beauties installed you will be more than happy with how they look as well as how long they last. These little things may look simple, but they are sturdy enough to last for a very, very long time. Well worth the little money you sill spend to protect your baby for years to come.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I am definitely an off road junkie even though I only have one vehicle and I drive the Jeep on road as well as off. The off road excitement and challenge are in my blood. Of course, I need an income to be able to enjoy that or I’d be camping and off roading all the time. I saw these door guards featured in an off roading rag and ordered them that day. They look good and do the job they’re supposed to do.


  2. I am surprised that they are so reasonably priced. They look good too. It’s an investment that I’m more than willing to make. Thanks for showcasing them.


  3. I liked what you had to say about the door entry guards and really liked the looks so I made the investment. I really like the way the look and the functionality they provide. Thanks for the info on a great buy.


  4. The door guards look really sharp and they do the job too. I wasn’t sure that I would like them, but I do. I think I started a trend in our club. I’ve seen several more since I made the investment.


  5. I just recently noticed several pretty deep scratches on the inside of my door. For the life of me I can’t figure out how I did it. Since I’m the only driver I have to take the blame. I figured if the door guard will protect the door from scratches, it stands to reason that they will also cover up the scratches that are already there. Killing 2 birds with one stone is my kind of bargain!


  6. I was just lamenting the fact that it was too late to guard against scratches when I read Bart’s comment. This door guard will cover up a multitude of scratches as he pointed out. Thanks for the insight.


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