[DML] Re: I hate my doors
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[DML] Re: I hate my doors



There is nothing wrong with the design provided you've got the doors 
adjusted properly-seals should fit fine as well. This isn't limited 
just to the pins; they need to be adjusted correctly at the hinge as 
well. They do have the ability to fall out of adjustment over the 
years-that's how my door ended up moving so far it started to dent the 
header panel and tore up the seals. This adjustment required the 
removal of the T-bar, don't even try to unbolt a hinge with a torsion 
bar still installed or the bar will move the hinge where it wants 
under the pressure and you'll never be able to move the hinge. Very 
time consuming and takes a lot of "trial and error" closing of the 
doors. Then is the pin adjustment which also takes many trial and 
errors. I do these one pin at a time (remove one pin-and align the 
installed pin-then install the second pin and align it). Any door 
adjustment takes lots of patience, but you'll obviously have no more 
door or seal troubles as a result. -----Dani B. #5003








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