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Door Pin Tool
« on: 20:17, Tue 07 June 2011 »
alright guys just wiundering if theres a tool that is used for removing the door pins (drift) and whered u get it from?

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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #1 on: 20:38, Tue 07 June 2011 »
I think I have seen these on ebay ? I am going 2 be doing my hinges soon so it would be good to hear how you get on with it if you get one, I think there about 20 quid so worth it if they make it a bit easier as they dont look much room.

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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #2 on: 20:49, Tue 07 June 2011 »
yeh my mate took a few chips outa his freshly painted dimmer, i tried getting one out and it took the piss, dont want to have to deal with the stress of putting em in after the cars been painted
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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #3 on: 21:01, Tue 07 June 2011 »
You should be able to get a punch/drift set from any half-decent hardware store.

The biggest ballache is getting the hammer in there to hit them.

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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #4 on: 22:13, Tue 07 June 2011 »
thanking u  :D  umm also is there any order or direction u should be hitting the pins out

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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #5 on: 22:45, Tue 07 June 2011 »
I was thinking about welding the punch on a bit ov metal and making a cranked shape to avoid hitting the door, unsure if it could be done but I dont think it would be that hard

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Re: Door Pin Tool
« Reply #6 on: 23:21, Sat 11 June 2011 »
the pins are out, the doors are beeing used to help weld some patches on a mates dimmer project so we bent and smashed the shit outa them,

any one got any tips for gettin em back in  :evil:
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