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Old 09-29-2015, 10:33 AM
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door alignment?

Is there a way to align full hard doors so the bottom of the door panel matches the tub? I'll post a picture when I get out for lunch. The bottom of my passenger door doesn't match with the tub, and I think its rattling when I hit bumps. I was just wondering if I could get them to align. Thanks!

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Loosen the bolts on the door side of the hinge to adjust them you may want a second set of hands to help hold them in place when you tighten them back up you also may need to adjust the striker post on the body also the windshield may need to be moved so the top of the door doesn't hit do that by loosening the security torx bolt on the top spreader bar of the roll cage

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Be careful about those torx bolts they are gonna be rusted take your time or you will strip them out I did on all four hinges and it was a pain in the butt
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NM vehicle, we get rain around 15 days per year, no real rust
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