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Old 05-01-2009, 09:05 PM
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yes as in front clip
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Do the clips interchange between series? Like 92 F150 onto a 89 F350?

What about dashboards/instrument clusters? (I like the newer style stuff. Also, wiring aside, I'll run my own harness if need be.)
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here are the 2 searches with many many pages of answers for the 2 of yall. all the cabs are the same expect the interior and wiring harness. so like you can switch the dash if you wanna do a good little bit of electrical work. the cabs have the same measurements. and the clips for the most part is a bolt on change. there are slight differences like around the fender well. 80-86 have a sort of indent while 87-96/7 have sort of a flare.

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clip swap:http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/se...earchid=829530
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CKDC - I'd replace the hinges or repin them. All four doors on my crewcab started sagging after a while (the drivers door being the worst as it's used most often). Simple to do - hammer out the old pin, install new bushines and hammer in the new pin and it's done. Bolt door back onto hinges or bolt door and hinges back onto cab, depending how you took it apart.

Dehamma - prices for used parts vary wildly based on condition, location, the yard itself, the yard owners mood, etc. One yard by me in NJ for example wants $75 a door, with glass and anything attached to the door. That's not unreasonable if the glass is in good shape, the window/latch mechanisms work, and the mirror on the outside is intact. If not, find another door (or several) with good bits and combine them to make a door worth $75

A yard out in PA I go to once in a blue moon wants $35 for a complete door. So it varies.
Question: I have purchased hinge pin kits. The kits have: pins, bushings, and retainer clips ("C" or "E" clips). Now, how do I proceed to remove the old pins, bushings and clips? I have studied the hinge pins on the door and I can't see where the clips actually fit into the old clips. I can see the grooves on the New pins where the clips appear to fit, but I can't find the old clips on the old pins. What am I missing here? Also, on my '92 F250 the upper pins appear to be shorter than the New pins that Auto Zone sold me, as they sold me two of the same and both of the New pins are long pins. I looked ay my '83 F150 and both pins are in fact long (upper & lower). So, again, what am I missing and how do I locate the clips that appear to fit into the pins grooves as their retainer, and did Auto Zone sell me the wrong length pins for this '92 F250 upper & lower hinge?
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I have an 88 f150 and a local place has doors from an 85. I know 87-96 fit but are the 85 doors also compatible. I am keeping the stock interior and will swap from the current doors to the other if possible. The doors look the same but I do not know for certain. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Doors from a 1987 to 1991 F150,250,350 and 450 all interchange. Below 87 and above 91 don't.
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Doors from a 1987 to 1991 F150,250,350 and 450 all interchange. Below 87 and above 91 don't.
no. thats not true. any body part 80-96 can interchange with a lil work.

doors are all metal wise EXACTLY the same. the only difference between the 80-86 and 87-96's is the wing window is a lil different which causes the glass to be different. but nobody will ever notice.

and the interior door panels will interchange. just may need a lil "CONVINCING".
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I'm so sorry!! With a LITTLE work anything will fit. I"m talking about NOT having to do a little body work. If I wanted to do some body work I'd have removed my doors and restored them. Check with an auto recycling yard what fits what. I"ve already done that and have the paper that shows that the doors from a 1987 to a 1991 will interchange without having to do anything but remove and replacement the doors.
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I'm so sorry!! With a LITTLE work anything will fit. I"m talking about NOT having to do a little body work. If I wanted to do some body work I'd have removed my doors and restored them. Check with an auto recycling yard what fits what. I"ve already done that and have the paper that shows that the doors from a 1987 to a 1991 will interchange without having to do anything but remove and replacement the doors.
you dont have to do anything to the doors to make them fit. they fit perfectly. the only true difference will be the door panels.

and thats if the OP wants to change them or not.

and i dont have to check with a wrecking yard. i already know.
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94 DOORS VS 93 DOORS?

My 94 F150 XLT needs a new drivers door due to an accident (not my fault). It has a big hole in it and no body shop will touch it. I found a nice 93 black door (won't have to paint since my truck is black) but it's a 93 door. Can I swap in the 93 door and what are the differences since I'll only be swapping the drivers door. The guy at the junk yard said their not interchancgable. Thanks for any help.
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I am looking for some used manual doors with mirrors or without (decent shape) and fenders for my 89. What is a good price for them? I just would like to know where to start.

Thanks
man i just had em alll the fenders doors with mirrors rust free... brown from an 89

but... none wanted them soo i scraped the whole truck
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My 94 F150 XLT needs a new drivers door due to an accident (not my fault). It has a big hole in it and no body shop will touch it. I found a nice 93 black door (won't have to paint since my truck is black) but it's a 93 door. Can I swap in the 93 door and what are the differences since I'll only be swapping the drivers door. The guy at the junk yard said their not interchancgable. Thanks for any help.
With the exception of the inner door panels and mirrors, doors from 87 to 97(F250 & F350) will bolt right in. I have an 88 F150 and a 96 F250 and from the outside the doors look the same with the exception of the mirrors. I need to find a passenger door for my 88. I hit a deer years ago and the body work on the door is coming off and rusted bad. If anyone is close to my location and has a door cheap let me know.
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My 94 F150 XLT needs a new drivers door due to an accident (not my fault). It has a big hole in it and no body shop will touch it. I found a nice 93 black door (won't have to paint since my truck is black) but it's a 93 door. Can I swap in the 93 door and what are the differences since I'll only be swapping the drivers door. The guy at the junk yard said their not interchancgable. Thanks for any help.
well as long as the 93 door has the same features I.E. Power windows, power locks, power mirrors, itll be an exact swap. the guy at the junkyard is a tard.
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94 DOORS VS 93 DOORS?

THanks for the help and advice on the doors. I'll be heading back up to the yard and trying to swing a decent deal on the door, fender and hood since their in better shape than mine. Again, thanks for the help.
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Been reading this thread and now I have questions too

I hate the power windows/door locks, and prefer the old-style panel look. Is it possible to just swap the innards and inside panel, and get the old-fashioned crank windows back? or would I have to swap the whole door?
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