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85 f-250 hinge pins.

My door tends to shake a lot when I hit bumps and what not so I ordered hinge pins for both doors. Never did hinge pins before. What is the process? Any special tools?
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Pins are easy. If they are factory you probably will need to drill the head out and knock them out. The replacements will have little clips that hold the new one in. Just jack up the door a bit, drill out the head, rive out the old pin, put new pin and bushing in, then the retaining clip. Set up takes longer to do than the job.
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