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Thread: MN-12 Lower Hinge Rebuild and Striker Replacement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott D View Post
    Too bad that's the upper hinge and, nine time out of ten, not the issue on our cars

    The lower hinge is the one that supports the weight of the doors and is the one that wears out first.
    ok and that makes a difference how? I used this tecnique on both hinges and made it very easy and fast for both of them. and if one is worn.... chances are both of them are worn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1WLD BRD View Post
    ok and that makes a difference how? I used this tecnique on both hinges and made it very easy and fast for both of them.
    What if you can't fit a drill in there to round out the holes? The situation dictates the tactics and gear, my friend

    and if one is worn.... chances are both of them are worn.
    My lower hinge was shot, the upper hinge was still like-new
    If worms had daggers, birds wouldn't f**k with 'em

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