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    Default 1995 suburban 2500 sagging doors

    Hey I was wondering what's the easiest way to fix my two front doors they both droop the passenger door is worse then the driver door any info would be great

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    Could be your door pins. Worst case is the hinges are actually bad. A body shop should be about 50$ to change them depending on which one. Or you could do it yourself but its a big p.i.t.a.



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    there is a company (I don't know the name) that sells a spacer. You pick the door up, slide the spacer in and you are on your way. Personally, I would just replace the pins as stated above. It is not that bad of a job if you have help and can actually get the old pins out

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    Hinge pin and bushing kit. Like Pikey stated, it's not too bad of a job with help.
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    Pin kits are about $7-$10 per door and there are youtube vids that show you how it's done. Not that bad. The spring is the only annoying factor in the process.

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    Thanks everyone I appreciate the help/info

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