You may be able to re-pin the hinges. But when you do, it's a good idea
to have the hinge line-bored and an oversize pin installed to fit. This
will ensure that the holes are completely round and the pin fits
You should be able to have them done one at a time and avoid having to
take the doors completely off. It is most helpful if you have some old
hinges that you can install while the ones are being rebuilt.
Chris Kantarjiev wrote:
> I noticed this morning that the reason the GT6's doors are hard
> to open is that they're sagging, presumably from worn pins.
> Is it possible to just knock the pins out of the hinges and
> replace them, rather than having to unmount everything and
> rehang the doors?
> What should I make the replacement pins from?
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