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post #1 of 12 Old 11-22-2007, 08:08 AM Thread Starter
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where can i get door hinges for my 97 f350

does anyone know if anyone has door hinges for my 97 f350 other than the dealer? thanks
97 f350 reg. cab 7.3, 4x4 auto
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Many auto wrecking yards have access to secondary parts sources. The parts may be from India or China.
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ok thanks i'll give it a try , the ford oem ones are like $85.00 for the f350 but only $40.00 for a f150 must be made alot lighter?
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Is the hinges bad or the pins? You can can get pin kits at autozone, napa.
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pins bad on upper hinge door starting to sag. just thought it would be about the same amount of work?
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uto zone usually has bushing repiars for worn hingesand pins. Time will be less if you buy complete set of hinges.
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Denver Ford is a Ford junkyard, but they do have a lot of NOS parts at a fraction of Dealer cost.

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replaced hinge pins

I have a 1997 F250 and I replaced the hinges and bushings in about 45 min
and I used a hack saw to cut through the pins if you have a cut off wheel and an air die grinder you could do it in about 30 min. I got mine at advanced auto they were $10 or $12 dollars for the upper and lower pin and bushing set.

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Auto zone has them like everyone has said the part number 38410. I have changed hinges and the pins the pins are a lot easyer

Hope this helps.
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thanks for the info i'll try it
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