'91 Fourtrak 2.8 TDX
Would like to remove the rear door hinge pins, slight play but have trouble lubricating them, thinking of drilling and tapping so as to fit a threaded grease nipple to the door section of the hinge, this was a suggestion I came across by another poster via the site search box. Any one have any thoughts on removing those hinge pins ???, Will they tap or press out, lots of WD 40 apllied. Or should I just chase some replacments, will check Milners for replacments.
Just had some thoughts on this, aquire a 2nd hand set, remove pins, get a machine shop to ream out the bores, drill out and tap in a grease nipple to the center section. have them machine new pivot pins, but what type of steel for the pin, !!!!!, just a thought, costs !!!!, take it new ones are like hens teeth. Give me your thoughts on this idea !!!