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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Door hinge rebuild kits. '94 T-Bird

I am wondering if I can get the hinge rebuild kits like supercoupeperformance.com shows on their site.

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This is the cheapest I've seen the whole "kit".

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Do not replace the roller with the one that comes in that kit. Only the bushings and new hinge and striker pins are what you need.

The white roller is cheap Chinese crap... Ask me how I know this ...

and yes, spinningwheels has the best price on this kit. I bought mine from them and, other than the roller, I'm very pleased with it.

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I agree, the white rollers are crap. Is there any other place to get real ones? I will be doing pins soon and my stock roller is not circle anymore, lol.

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No place to get real ones unless you buy a new hinge from Ford.

You might try to fine one in decent shape in a bone yard.

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