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Old 03-25-2012, 11:35 PM
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Door hinge

How do you tell the difference between door hinges on a 56 F. How do the top and bottom differ and do they differ left to right? What should I look for? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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I could not tell much difference when I pulled mine so I marked them with a scratch awl. I'll look today to see if I can tell any difference.

Mine are all installed but I could not see any differences in them.
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I believe they are the same, top/bottom/right/left. I bought a good set of used ones when I built my 56. I just installed them in no particular order. They worked great.
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i guess you could look up part numbers and see if there is one, two or four different numbers? number dummy may be able to help is he's around.
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