EDIT: It looks actually like the old worn out bushings are still in there but they're pressed and rusted into the hinge... What would you recommend as far as trying to get them out of there?[/QUOTE]
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Seriously try as sugested above . But I would bet you have to drill them out . If you have a drill index you can try to match the bit to your new bushings maby go 1 size smaller start there . DO NOT GO LARGER .
Freezing bushings is a commin practice in tight tolerance industrial applications . But I wouldnt think its nessary in this case . Although it couldet hurt eather .
Someone els may have a bettar sugestion . But as far as step by setp door adjustments . I would with the door closed . loosen all the bolts holding the hinges to the doors . Probly don't need to loosen the ones at the window hing on the cowel . Then you should be able to adjust the door in the opening . Then snug the bolts and test . You may have to try this a few times .
Also check your hard top . My doors never worked right untill I replaced my hard top seals . Alot of Jeep fixing is looking fir things that are out of place , look for signs of movement .
My door bushings are completely shot but I am able to adjust my hinges till they work fine .hope this helps
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