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P1000 New door hinges

Discussion in 'Pioneer 1000 Accessories and Modifications' started by RB3offroad, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. RB3offroad

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    They are for the factory doors. I took off all four doors and replaced ours all the way around. They are a good fit and the factory door are plastic so the plastic on plastic slips right in.
     
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    Looking good!!! Not that it really matters but my OCD would have to bring the rear of the door down about an inch where its even with the top of the bed.
     
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    Thats our first set second set is better

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    Yes sir those look great!!!!
     
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    Interested - how much for a set of doors? Also, is there a way to just tighten the factory doors?

    Thanks,

    Waylan
     
  7. knuckledeep

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    You can adust the stricker for the door pm me if you are interested we can talk. There is a guy here making nrlew bushings for the plastic doors to help tighten the bushinhs
     
  8. RB3offroad

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    He is a look at the bushing replacement. I will have more pictured later on showing them and the old one. As well as a picture of doors mounted with these.
    @knuckledeep

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    #28 RB3offroad, Nov 13, 2017 at 2:12 PM
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    I've got electrical tape wrapped around the bar that the striker hits to take the rattle away, but am still interested in bushings to tighten the doors if they are available.

    Thanks,

    Waylan
     
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    Great! Looking forward to it!

    Waylan
     
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    Make sure you check your rear latches where the dump bed is. I adjusted the ones under the bed and it eliminated alot of extra rattle. Whoever installed it made them not even line up correctly.
     
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    Yes thanks for the tip - I adjusted my bed 'tight' to eliminate that rattle as well. I really don't have any rattles. If I load the bed with a couple hundred pounds of deer corn it will squeak some, and I have to put new electrical tap around the striker latches once every few months, but other than that it's pretty quiet.

    Waylan
     
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    Were thinking about making a rubber doorjam so you wont have to use electrical tape. Just a thought right now. Would mount on your roll bar between the two door more than likely
     
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    Would there be a rubber doorjam for the front and rear doors? Or just the front?

    Thanks
     
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    RB3 do you have a web page to order this stuff from and how bout some front wheel well liners you can do it I will take a set
     
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    I would be interested in a set of door bushings
     
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    Are the bushings a 2 piece
     
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    What about us 700 peeps? My driver door is floppy from a sloppy hing were I throw my foot up on the foot rest and lay my leg over on the door.
     
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    Yes they are a 2 piece @knuckledeep. Slip one in top and then the bottom and they push together in the middle. But they have a double flange unlike the stock one which only has a flange on the bottom.
     
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    When will the bushings be available for purchase?

    Waylan
     

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