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    Default How to remove a 2004 suburban door?

    Hey guys. I have a 2004 suburban and have bought a new door to replace the dented one (rear passenger). I cant figure out how to take it off though. Does it have to be cut off with a torch or does it somehow raise up over the pins? Any help would be great!! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaTechDawgs View Post
    Hey guys. I have a 2004 suburban and have bought a new door to replace the dented one (rear passenger). I cant figure out how to take it off though. Does it have to be cut off with a torch or does it somehow raise up over the pins? Any help would be great!! Thanks.
    This may be apples to oranges but I had to pull hinge and everything off my 90 dodge ram because the pins are press in.

    Do you have photos of the hinge?
    Chuckie!!!


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    Hey, thanks for the reply. I ended up riding out to the local mechanic and he told me exactly how to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaTechDawgs View Post
    Hey, thanks for the reply. I ended up riding out to the local mechanic and he told me exactly how to.
    No Info to share?! Your so stingy! Lol just messin. Would really like to see some DIY info though if you can post it!

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    Hammer and old 6" 1/4 drive extension. Whack away when ready.
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    Or Buy A Ford And Stay At Home!!


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    How hard was out to get off?

    Steve
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