Lift off hinges back in stock

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  1. az scout guy

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    Just wanted to put it out there for all of you that were wanted hinges, we have sets built and ready to ship
    Call 480-982-0191 to place an order or go online to the website Canyonoffroad.com
     
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    Do you have these for a Scout II as well?
     
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    Only 80-800's, Maybe in the future we will design some
     
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    Jayson,

    Sent you a PM, want to order a set.:D
     
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    Hey Jayson,
    Thanks for the great hinges, sorry it took me a while to post up pics.

    So... I noticed that two of my door hinges were cracked (the barrel where the pin goes through) A while back I drove out the stock pins and replaced with stainless bolts, I'm not sure if that's why they cracked, or if they would have cracked anyway.

    I was going to make my own hinges, but after I came home with $100 worth of pins, bushings, and steel, decided I would be time and money ahead to order a set of replacement lift off hinges from Jayson at Canyon Offroad. While the price may seem a bit high...it's cheaper than a stock set, saved me a bunch of time, and these hinges are super nice, big, beefy, and bolted right on.

    First I had to get rid of the stock hinges, of course the top set came right out, but the bottom ones are of course stuck fast since the bolts get all the mud, salt, and road grime. After I drilled the heads out, dropped an nut down on the stub gave them a shot of the MIG welder. Spray your favorite penetrating oil on and they will come right out. Works like a champ on these old rusted bolts.

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    New hinges from Jayson at Canyon Offroad:

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    The fit on these hinges is soooo nice. I sprayed them with my favorite Rustoleum Hammered black spray paint. The tolerance on the pins is so close that I had to scrape the paint off the pins to get the hinges to fit back together and hang the door properly. :thumbsup:

    Here they are installed:
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    Awesome, thanks for buying our hinges, and the compliments:punk:
     
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    Saving up for a set.
     

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