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    I am restoring a 51 C Cab and need a set of the bottom door hinges. I bought the top ones but have not been able to find the bottom hinges. Can anyone tell me where to buy them?

    D.A.

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    Do you still have your original hinges?

    thnx, jack vines

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    • #3
      Do you still have your original hinges? What was the problem with them?

      thnx, jack vines

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      • #4
        Yes I still have the hinges.

        also can you tell me what (P 2243 M. Blue) I think it is Midnight blue but I can find what the type of paint is and how to have it mixed. I have looked up the paint chip on duponts web site.

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        • #5
          Unless you are lucky enough to find NOS, most any you buy will have worn hinge pins. FWIW, if the only problem is hinge pin wear, they can be rebuilt. I just completed doing those on my '55 C-cab. If you have some mechanical ability and a drill press, the readily-available hinge pin kit from Chebby pickups can be modified to work.

          thnx,jack vines

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          • #6
            What is chebby pickups?

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            • #7
              quote:Originally posted by dapope

              What is chebby pickups?
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              • #8
                Sorry I'm late to the game here, but Studebaker Int'l offers hinge pins for C-cab trucks.

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