CityRacer’s rubber is really nice. I’ll check in my stuff to see if we have one.Thanks 69LC, its so fun to just work on it. I need to throw something out there. I Put in a want ad for a passenger side rubber window seal for the hardtop. I have one on the original glass, but it is not the best. Looking for one in real good shape. I see from SOR that they are discontinued from Toyota, so i need to find a real good used one.
Ha Yeah , it reminds me of my grade school too. ITs that 1960's subway tile. Funny i am so use to it i dont notice it anymore , but i remember saying the same thing when i first looked at the house to buy....thought OK interesting....now i love the fact i can powerwash the walls if need to.
I think i have it the opposite where the longer pin is on the top and shorter on bottom. Either way i dont have a problem with getting them on and off. That is a nice thoughtfull feature. I have done it several times and look for the top first and then the bottom, wiggle a little and it goes on. Actually taking them off is easier than going on. I do have a problem with inner hinges. With the weatherstripping on the door is to tight in the front. I had to loosen the inner hinges and adjust all the way out but still was not enough. As they were already pretty much adjusted all the way out. I am going to have to slot the holes in the inner hinge to bring the door out more. And we all know messing with the inner hinge is ....well not fun to say the least. First its tight area, second bolts dont want to hand screw out after lose, third i have the vintage AC installed, and fuse box on driver side blocking access. Are you the designer of the quick hinge? Love the concept, one improvement would be slotting the inner hinge holes for outer adjustment. The door was tight without the weather stripping, i was wishful thinking that it had enough clearance with but door will not shut with it.Did you put the longer pinned Quik Hinge door halves on the bottom of your front doors? I designed them that way so it’s easier to line up the bottom first and drop the top in.