A friend of mine told me his hinge was worn out and he got one off a 4 door. Their fronts are a lot lighter and don't tear up the hinge bodies like a 2 door does. Just an idea if yours are too far gone.
If you acquire a set of 4-dr hinges, change the bushings before you install them. Hanging a Camino door is such a royal pain-in-the-butt, I'd want to do it only once per vehicle.
Good point, Dave. I forgot that I had to chisel thru the weld bead a few years ago when I did mine. I did it with the fender on, so it was a real pain to get the hinge cut loose. It caught me by surprise, since I had done a few other G-body GM cars in the past and never had to deal with a weld bead.I had the front end off of my 87 and decided that this was a good time to do mine. Found that the top hinge had a small weld bead at the top from the factory. Had to cut the weld to remove the hinge. Just in case the hinge won't move after removing the bolts.
Yes, you can adjust the hinge to remove the slop, at least on a temporary basis.Is there a way to make door adjustments to the Driver's side without going thru the battle of pivot pin/busing replacements? Sounds like a lot of work and only the top pin seems a little sloppy causing the door to sag approximately 3/8". If the pin replacement is the best solution, can these be purchased at like an Advance Auto Parts store or ordered thru a Chevrolet dealer? Thanks, Ni