If all you want to do is move it back, and the up and down are fine, then just do this:Hi i want to move my drivers door a Little back from the fender and up against the roof. any tip how i do door alignment. Thanks3:
I've been doing this for 40 years and I know of no way to shim the hinges!I'm interested in this thread too.
If it turns out that I need to raise my door hinges to get the right fit happening, is it best to shim them up? If it's a 1/16" space, what sort of shims do I buy? (I figure it's best to have the hinges sitting one something, rather than just relying on horizontal fastening.)
The reason I ask is that I may have run out of vertical adjustment where the doors attach to the hinge arms.
And do the hinges need to come out in order to fit shims? Or can they just be loosened one at a time, door attached, and shims slid in below. (Wishful thinking?)
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Thanks, Mikey.I've been doing this for 40 years and I know of no way to shim the hinges!