Top critical review
OK for 5 bucks.
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2013
Buy two even if you think you only need one. Both your hinges will have wear and when you do the work for one, it is really easy to access the second at the same time. Did it help, yes. My door closes well. Would I buy them again, maybe. The bushings are very brittle material. the flange broke off with a gentle tap on one of them and then the rest of it crumbled, yes crumbled into pieces. One out of the other pack also broke far too easily on the flange portion. YOU must tap these into place so the flange must be able to withstand a tap! I had to use an old one to get the door back on BUT it seems the wear was in the pin more than the bushing - which makes no sense. You will also have some wear in the non bushing hole that the pin goes through on the door side. NO simple repair for that. But for 10.08 and 30 minutes of labor, my door closes very well. Watch the you tube videos to have a better plan. I used a floor jack with a board with a pad to lift the door and a rope through the open window and up over the rafter to be a back up plan. It helped to balance it. I did not remove the doors electrical rubber boot either, just ease the door back just enough and it should stay on and help to balance the door as well. Depending on the cost of factory pins, if they are even available, I will consider the higher quality units if I do it again. But these will give you a quick cheap fix.