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Unread 04-19-2014, 08:26 AM   #1
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Poly Door Hinge Bushings

Magnitude Engineering's premium line of replacement bushings for Jeep Wrangler door hinges will allow you to replace your deteriorated, worn out, or missing OEM bushings with ease. Whether you are trying eliminate unsightly rust, compensate for years of wear, fix that door that won't latch properly, or prevent potentially damaging leaks due to door misalignment; replacing your bushings is the simplest and most cost effective way to improve the appearance and operation of your door.

Simply remove the old bushings if necessary and insert new ones in their place without the extra time and expense of purchasing new hinges, removing the old ones, prepping and painting, or aligning. As opposed to replacing your hinges, replacing only your bushing minimizes the risk stripping a screw or damaging paint.

Magnitude Engineering's premium replacement bushings are precision machined from high lubricity DelrinŽ bar. They firmly support loads in both the radial and axial directions due to their full length barrel and flange. Because of the self-lubricating nature of the material, these bushings do not require additional lubrication. Unlike OEM bushings that are roll-formed from flat sheets of laminated material, these solid bushings will not flake apart or delaminate.

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Unread 04-24-2014, 09:22 AM   #2
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been thinking about buying these. not sure if I need the tool or not, most my bushings seem to be falling out already. lol Is there a Jeep Forum special price???
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Unread 04-26-2014, 08:59 AM   #3
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Door Bushing Tool

If the old bushings are already falling out, the tool would not be needed to remove them. The tool also serves the dual purpose of providing a way to install the new bushings without directly hitting them with a hammer which can crack them.
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