The existing pin is .230 closet fraction is 15/64"
The bushings are 5/16" OD.
17/64" hinge pins are as close as I've found.
another option is to jack the top mounting point on the pillars. not just pushing it back but "twisting" it. with doors off, hinges on, you can push on the outermost part (hinge pin) and easily gain more clearance than you ever could jacking the door. downside is this is very time consuming! 1/32" too far and door back off, pull hinge back, door back on and check again.Fcat wrote:Not hijacking thread, but...
I did this a few months back, also had to reinforce the door where it had been flexing under stress from worn hinges. Only issue is door adjustment - or lack of. Even with my 'new' hinges having almost zero play, the doors are still dropped so they don't close well.
With the lack of any obvious fix for this, I was thinking of 're-educating' the doors with a jack under rear edge - can anyone think of something less brutal to try first?