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Drawing for removable door hinge mod

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Michael, Feb 20, 2002.

  1. Michael

    Michael 1/2 ton status

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    Hey boys and girls...I made a little drawing describing what Steve Frisbee did on his removable doors. This should get ya close. This has to be done to the top and bottom pins. After the mod the top pin has to come in from the bottom. Use a small clip or cotter pin to retain the pins.
    <a target="_blank" href=http://jmartin.net/goose/hinge.gif>Hinge mods</a>
    This drawing has not been endorsed by Steve...so if ya don't like it....blame me......just tryin' to help.....[​IMG]

    Michael[​IMG]
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  2. laketex

    laketex 3/4 ton status

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    nice work. that doesn't look like cad? what program did you use?

    Sherman, Tx
    <font color=red>The blazer's almost on the road....anyone got tree fiddy?</font color=red>
     
  3. fad2blk99

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    Nice work!

    <font color=black> -Tommy
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  4. Michael

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    Thanks! Coreldraw.

    Michael[​IMG]
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  5. laketex

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    dude, is there ANY way you can help me with that winshield tonight?

    Sherman, Tx
    <font color=red>The blazer's almost on the road....anyone got tree fiddy?</font color=red>
     
  6. Michael

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    Yes......beer.....

    Michael[​IMG]
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  7. DuneRunner

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    Thanks Dude... I was lucky enough to pick up a set for both doors for $5 bucks... Now I can practice. This weekend...

    Late <font color=green>KEN</font color=green>
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  8. 85m1009

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    You did a fine job! The only thing I did different was weld a tab on the top of the pin to aid in removal. Thanks for the drawing!

    <font color=green>Steve Frisbie</font color=green>
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  9. Michael

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    Thanks Steve...I just added your suggestion to the drawing!

    Michael[​IMG]
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  10. LKJR

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    Ahhh coreldraw, gonna say it could be done in cad easily, but it wasn't due to the extended lines not being finished off and the square holes being a little off of the iso angles.... j/k nice work bud.

    Like em big and topless
    You call THAT...a 4x4....LMAO?
     
  11. jekbrown

    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    yeah, if anyone needs any CAD drawings produced, lemme know, I work cheap...parts of $$$ would work. ;)

    I can do 2d stuff as well as 3d modeling on AutoCAD. Someday I wanna have most of my rig modeled on autocad...that'd be sweet. =)

    J


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    hey, I should have offered that first, I'll work cheaper....LOL, beer or truck parts, or cash....anyway nice job michael

    Like em big and topless
    You call THAT...a 4x4....LMAO?
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    heh heh. ;) Having good cad drawings of stuff is nice sometimes...I know that most machinist guys dont charge all that much if the thing they have to make is already fully designed and drawn. If they have the design it themselves, then you're talking ca$h. Anyway, just thought I'd throw that out there...college + 4x4'ing as a hobby = way poor! ;)

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    HEY JUST WANTED TO SAY THANKS. I STARTED REMOVING MY PINS TODAY. NOW IT WILL BE EASY TO GO FROM HALF DOORS TO FULL DOORS. BEFORE IT WAS A PAIN

    I'AM NOT YELLING I JUST HATE THAT DAMM SHIFT BUTTON
     
  15. Michael

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    [​IMG]

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    Hey Steve, how about a three link weld in kit. That would be great.
     

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