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WTB: Door Hinge Hardware Coupe (Complete)

Post by arkitekz » 21 Jan 2008 00:10

My door hinge is broken. Anyone have an extra drivers side hinge w/ spring mechanism for sale shipped to san diego 92105.

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RE: WTB: Door Hinge Hardware Coupe (Complete)

Post by DryHeat » 21 Jan 2008 14:13

There is an NOS set that just came up on eBay ...
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Post by arkitekz » 22 Jan 2008 10:20

150 bucks? Wow!

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Post by hang_510 » 22 Jan 2008 11:08

search here.

there is a generic replacement kit from the auto parts stroes, the red 'fix-it' kits...
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Post by thisismatt » 22 Jan 2008 11:20

That's no help if the hinge is actually broken :)
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Post by hang_510 » 22 Jan 2008 12:17

dOh :!:
youd think i could read by now :roll:


now that i read it ill look and see if i have a hinge...i know there is no spring if i do

is it the top or bottom?
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Post by arkitekz » 22 Jan 2008 12:57

hang_510 wrote:dOh :!:
youd think i could read by now :roll:


now that i read it ill look and see if i have a hinge...i know there is no spring if i do

is it the top or bottom?
I beleive its the bottom. yeah i need the spring too

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Post by thisismatt » 22 Jan 2008 13:46

Are you really worried about the spring? It never bothered me that mine were missing and I figure it's less wear on the hinge without it :D
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Post by hang_510 » 22 Jan 2008 14:06

ive never been able to stick em back in after theyve popped out.
only an issue when facing uphill :P
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Post by Gensaiken1 » 22 Jan 2008 15:13

hang_510 wrote:ive never been able to stick em back in after theyve popped out.
only an issue when facing uphill :P
True, my spring popped out and I was told to just remove it. Saves you the trouble of dealing with popping out and actually damaging something..

And it is very hard to put back in..
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