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Old 04-19-2017, 09:13 PM   #1
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Door hinge bolts

I bought new doors for my 56 and the threads are not fine 3/8-24 like the originals. They are coarse thread. Has anyone else had this problem?
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:30 PM   #2
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Are those bolts the ones that go thru the hinge into the door? Or the ones that hold the hinge to the pillar? If they go into the door and the female threads in the door are coarse it shouldn't be a problem..
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:34 PM   #3
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They are hinge to door. I thought they were all fine thread
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:41 PM   #4
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Doesn't look right to me. Mine are fine thread.
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Old 04-19-2017, 10:28 PM   #5
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Check threads in the door..if they're coarse thread then there's no problem..if the holes are fine thread your gonna need new bolts
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Old 04-19-2017, 10:40 PM   #6
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my new doors were coarse thread also, just replace bolts
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Old 04-19-2017, 10:55 PM   #7
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What bolts did you use?
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:36 AM   #8
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if the doors have course threads then you need course thread bolts. just go to the bodyshop supply or your local parts store and grab some with the flanged head so they look the same except for the threaded part. bingo bango and bob's your uncle. waaaaay too much work to make them fine thread in the doors. I ran into this on the hinge pillars (for the other end of the hinge) that came from china with course threads. just buy new bolts and be done. put a little lube on them when you install.
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It's not "way too much work" to make them fine thread, it's minutes, just run a fine tap through the holes, whamo, done.

HOWEVER

I don't think that would be a good thing to do. If it were a stereo mount, heck yeah, not a big deal. But a door, oh no, you do NOT want to do that as it will weaken the mounting point. The threads will never be the same.

Just change the bolts and get on with life.

To change them correctly to fine WOULD be way way, WAY too much work and it's not worth it by any means. Most every door I have ever pulled up to right now on 2017 cars the bolts are course thread. Why they did those fine back then, I don't know, but it most certainly doesn't need to be fine thread.

Just change the bolts and get on with life.

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ya, I agree with you there Brian, not too much work to just get fine threads but if you want fine threads that will hold a door it is a bigger job for sure. it is sort of like stripping a nut and then chasing thre threads and using it anyway. it would probably work but it would fail under a load. there would be too many threads cut in the hole to make it reliable after.
just use course thread bolts and carry on. flange head bolts are fairly cheap anyway. some have serrated flanges as well to hold tight better.
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I already ordered coarse thread bolts from local Fastenal store. Problem solved.
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I already ordered coarse thread bolts from local Fastenal store. Problem solved.
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:33 PM   #13
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orrieg??? calling orrieg
i believe 55-7 had fine and 58-9 had course or vice versa
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Martin sr..you had me scared with your advice for a second there...then I got to the "however" part..wheeeew..running a fine thread tap thru a coarse thread hole..real risk of breaking a tap in there..
A fine thread 3/8-24 drill hole size is .3320
A coarse thread 3/8-16 drill hole size is .3125..
talk about making a mess of the threads..I've seen it done..
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You'd have to Drill First - and ( If I was going to do something like this )

I'd use a - Forming Tap - which can be done in - Two Stages . .
Go for a Class 3A Thread - so it's Snug on New Hardware . Most Hardware
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:53 AM   #16
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Re: Door hinge bolts

I know this thread wasn't started for me and my '49, but I just bought a bag of (50), 3/8x24 (grade 8) bolts from Fastenal yesterday for $20...After being told by Bowtie-bits to try Ebay.

The pillar side it definitely 24 thread pitch. Just ran a tap through them last weekend. I guess I assumed the door side was the same.

I've got the other half of the bag it somebody wants them.
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orrieg??? calling orrieg
i believe 55-7 had fine and 58-9 had course or vice versa
My 59 has fine threads, I believe it is to make it easier to barely loosen for adjustment.

Also "Size for size a fine thread is stronger than a coarse thread . This is both in tension (because of the larger stress area) and shear (because of their larger minor diameter). 2. Fine threads have also less tendency to loosen since the thread incline is smaller and hence so is the off torque" according to my mechanical design textbook.

Do not know if the 55.2-57 had coarse threads or fine.
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My 59 has fine threads, I believe it is to make it easier to barely loosen for adjustment.

Also "Size for size a fine thread is stronger than a coarse thread . This is both in tension (because of the larger stress area) and shear (because of their larger minor diameter). 2. Fine threads have also less tendency to loosen since the thread incline is smaller and hence so is the off torque" according to my mechanical design textbook.

Do not know if the 55.2-57 had coarse threads or fine.
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Re: Door hinge bolts

Don't want to throw a monkey wrench into this whole thing, but I replaced both of my A pillars on my cab with Dynacorn replacements and found that the lower threaded hinge hole on both pillars, were what I thought was 3/8X14but when I threaded a 3/8X14 ( or course thread bolt) into the pillar that bolt appeared to have too much play in the threads. What I found is I think it is a metric thread. I think I use a M10 but not sure as I don't have the package the bolts came in anymore. The metric bolt fit with a much better tolerance of fit to the threads. If I remember the head on the metric bolt took a 17mm socket. No saying this is what you have. Not saying this is what you should use. Just food for thought
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Beautifully explained! Now even I understand. LOL No, really, that makes sense.

I don't know if you have been to traffic court but you sound like the cop and I sound like the guy who go the ticket,
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Way to go orrieg..way to turn the tables on em
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Martinsr..you put some thought into that..funny..sounds like something that would happen to me...
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There you go, awesome job! Being in the autobody industry for 40+ years I have seen such CRAZY **** when it comes to what insurance companies pay, and what they refused I want to puke! We have two in the shop right now, OUT AND OUT fraud, I always look at it as a cop, could I testify in court that this couldn't have happened the way they say it did. VERY often, I have believe without a doubt they are lying, but I couldn't stand up in court with my hand on the Bible and say so, this was not the case. Both these cars, I would put my life on it that they DID NOT happen as they say and there were multiple crashes that caused the damage to their cars. Real quick, one had OBVIOUS damage to the right side caused by the car going up against a building, so obvious it's crazy. Another car did NOT hit this car, this car was driven up against a building or fence or something. So that's the right side, the left side he drove over a curb destroying the wheel and blowing the tire. Then driving on that tire 5-6 miles at least at high speed with the tire completely destructing, ripping the fender liner out of the car and throwing chunks of tire into the engine compartment! We are talking breaking the back of the headlight, ripping the hood release cable out of the car, ripping the air cleaner resonator out of the car. The spare was on the car and the totally destroyed wheel with only the bead of the tire left on the rim was in the trunk. The fender was destroyed by the chunks of tire.

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