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a number of years ago when i was autocrossing(without the cage) the torque on the the body was so great that with race tires my inside rear wheel would lift approx. a foot. and now my drivers door hinges got sloppy to the point that i could lift the door approx. an inch. i replaced them last year and now they do the same thing. do you think i tweeked the body to the point that they will always do that every time i replace them. to tell you how bad the body would tweek at the begining of the 1st season car was strait at the end it had ripples on the top of the quarter panal next to the trunk lid and on the roof above the doors. just a question though.
 

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I thought those little brass (?) bushings was the cure for the sags, instead of replacing the entire hinge. We used to just replace those bushings at the dealer.
how hard are they to replace?[
 
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