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Greaseable door hinge pins

deejaaa

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got this in the mail.
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Houston?
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here one is assembled.
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the small holes is where the grease lubes the machined brass bushing.
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insert grease here.they feel/look well made. each set is for one door: upper and lower.only my drivers door needs help so one set is all i wanted.
i'm recovering from an injury so it might be a minute until i get to them.

meanwhile, and more pressing,. my coolant crossover has decided to corrode enough to start leaking. and i don't want to spend a ransom on a replacement so i'm gonna come up with a low cost solution by using a HHMMV unit.
 

deejaaa

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Dont do it. The hmmwv ones are a piece of junk.
Takes different stats also.

I would remove yours and clean it up, then use jbweld if you have to for now. I used jb weld on one before and it lasted years.
looks really simular to the one in it now except neck location. using the 96 neck.
i will give it a better look when i get it off. already have the t stat.
 
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