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sedan and ute door hinges
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i was looking for eng company to replace pins of front door hinges and the a-hole at the company gives me a hard time instead of just saying ''waste of my time'' He wants to charge R1500.00 --suppose to get rid of me. I would like to know if the ute and sedan hinges are the same [ front four]

Posted on: 2016/11/11 15:27
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Re: sedan and ute door hinges
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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I'm going to say yes they are the same as the doors are the same. Pretty sure sedans ive had had the door stay catches on the hinge (Keeps the door open at a set point) but they are known to break.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 21:28
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Re: sedan and ute door hinges
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thanks man ---just returned from truck cof and popped in at spares shop [fong kong] and compared size and holes --looks like it's good to go--just thinner pins --will just warn people ''dont piss me off, you leaning on my car door go find a pole or a chair'' lol thanks DA --- OH almost forgot the price R750 for all 4 --thats about 70/75 aus $

Posted on: 2016/11/12 9:02
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