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Old 11-18-2012, 11:31 AM
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I have a picture below of the pin that I want to remove and replace with a new one, and bushing. (Not referring to short roller. The pin to left with the bushing popping out is the one needing replacement) I am not sure how to remove it or what part number to replace it with. Any input would be great!

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I wouldent worry about that pin and bushing too mutch. It might be a bigger pain then its worth. Especaly sence all it really dose is act as a piviot for the door lock and not what the door its self rides on if you keep lithium greese on it it will last a long time.
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Okay. I'll just keep it greased up then. The other parts all seem really good except for that pin and bushing. Same goes for my passenger door. Thanks

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I wouldent worry about that pin and bushing too mutch. It might be a bigger pain then its worth. Especaly sence all it really dose is act as a piviot for the door lock and not what the door its self rides on if you keep lithium greese on it it will last a long time.
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