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Old 10-03-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Sagging door

so my drivers side door kinda sags, some times you need to kinda lift it up when you close it... is there an easy way to fix this or will I need new door pins.. anyone have experience with this

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Tighten up the bolts on the hinge, see if the helps or loosen the bottom ones a bit and tighten up the top

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Replacing the hinge assemblies will be your easiest fix.
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