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Bob
Thu Dec 23 2010, 07:27AM

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I am having the same problem with both my 85 and my 74. After replacing the front doors and painting, each has a door that is slightly too far back. The adjustments at the bolts are in/out and up/down. There does not seem to be any fore/aft adjustment. Is there any way to adjust this short of bending the hinge mounts on the body?

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Jerry
Thu Dec 23 2010, 11:33PM

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try pushing the door outwards at the hinge, it'll bring it forward a tad.

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I had the same problem on my 73, 10# sledge hammer did the trick! If you have nice paint wrap a towel around a piece of 2x4 to smack. Mine had been wrecked and had to take it forward about an inch. Go slow, easier to knock it forward than back!

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Thanks, Ill try those this weekend

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