On the CJ doors (either kind) My doors may not just, "Interchange" with another feller's Jeep. They were not built "Super Precision".
They will, however, "Adapt" to the situation!
On plain ole soft doors, you might have to slightly bend the angle of the "Made On Door Pin" on the door, to get it to EZily slide in both "Body" hinges simultaneously as not to bind, and be able to side back out without fighting it.
Now, with Steel doors, the hinges on the doors, are somewhat, what needs to be LEFT ALONE!
On the CJs (More than likely, as with yours) IF YOU WERE TO REMOVE THE HINGE HALF (Don't!) The holes on the body are large, where the bolts go thru.
If you just kinda loosen the bolts up a little (Maybe start with the bottom hinge) You can sorta "TWEAK" the hinge half, so that It will "GEOMETRICALLY" get in line with the "SWING AXIS" of the upper hinge. (That did sorta sound scientific, Didn't It?)
It may turn out that you loosen both, install the door, into proper fitting position (Body wise), Push up on the Body hinges (taking out the "Drop Down Slack", Then have your buddy tighten up one bolt, closest to the door, each hinge, from inside.
Swing it gently out and closed, to verify fit. Then tighten the rest up permanently.
Your doors may interchange, without moving the hinge half. But if they do not, you must "Tweak" for each swap over.
Thanks for responding, few people do. It's nice to know, if my info helped at all
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Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 AT 4:21 AM