JustTyler: Is there anywhere I can get the piece of metal that pushes against the roller pin? It's the piece that the spring is used for. I bought a truck used and this piece was broken off on the driver side
farmerbaker: I used a engine hoist and strap instead of a jack
John Lutz: do you have a video of the other upper pin with the roller? or do you sell those I have a 2000 escalade and 1 of them pins broke. any help will be appreciated. great videos by the way always helps when I'm stuck with a project.
Jason Piatt: So how about that video on how to put the springs back? Am I just not seeing it?
Victor Andrade: Do you have the link for the springs? That the video talked about
muddyriverdogz: Replaced door pins in 98 silverado. Took most of the play out but not all of it.
Travis (HitemWithTheFlex): Just did these on my 95 C1500, the bushings go in differently than this video. The top bushings go into the door frame, and the bottom pin bushings go into the door. But everything else was the same.
chris 76: what if the pin is stuck and wont pound out?
jorge fonseca: nice vedeo and great explain thanks fellas nice work i make the same on my 95 suburban cheers
Aaron Rabago: Your awesome thanks
Jimmy Carrier: Great Video
Lobsterbolt NS: Great video - but both of my lower door hinge bushings on my 97 GMC K1500 were on the door itself. Just a heads up.
Scott S: Thank you kindly for the video. Replaced both hinge pins today within 1 hour, couldn't of went any better! Great video.
Brandon Tackett: you make good helpful videos. thanks.
Mike Blake: Mike you are awesome thanks for the video 👍🏻
Devin Perez: no joke if it wasnt for your channel i wouldn't have been able to fix my car with several things thanks 1a auto parts
Jesus was a Carpenter: so its just those hindges that makes my door close so poorly? Is there any other reason? Maybe I need to adjust the door? What do you think? thank you.
Ryan Dibble: Workin on a 91 dodge w250 with this problem on the drivers side, Probably going to be a little harder because it's more hidden
Ross Munn: I like your video good detail and instruction. I've got to removed my passenger door on my '96 CK1500, cause I ran into a small post in a parking lot. Boy, that's a downer. Thanks for the info. I'll be having this with me when doing the job!!!
John Pollman: I just did the new hinge pins and bushings on my 2003 GMC Sonoma SLS. It was EASY!
The only part of the job that was concerning me was the spring. I went to Harbor Freight, and for about $5 I bought a GM door spring removal tool (I've also seen them at auto parts stores for about $7) It made the whole job very easy. I opened the tool and pushed it into the spring. Then tapped it with a hammer until it stopped. Then just torqued down the screw and the spring came right out. It stayed there while I replaced the pins and bushings. When I was ready, I put the spring back in place and loosened the bolt on the tool and the spring went right back into place very easily the FIRST time I tried it. The tool made the job MUCH easier.
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