new-to-me 98 TJ, came with half-doors. I picked up some full doors from craigslist, and just put them on. The driver's side went in perfectly; the passenger side was difficult...the pins didn't want to go in too easily, but I managed to get them on. I didn't notice any problem at first, (door closed up ok, and I drove off to work), but later, when I was showing the new doors to a buddy at work, and he opened the door, it didn't want to close; the top of the door frame is forward of the windshield frame.
(imagine facing the passenger side of the vehicle, and rotating the door clockwise).
I've seen multiple hing-adjustment threads, so I'm all set with those instructions...but I'm wondering, since it was difficult getting the pins in place when I installed it, if they could possibly be bent? Would it be better to try to bend them back? maybe open the door and put some weight on the back side to try to push it down?
or just adjust the hinges?
gotta go buy some torx bits.