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Does Goodmark make good door hinges?

I need to replace both of my lower door hinges and found a good deal on a pair made by Goodmark. Do they make good door hinges?

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Goodmark stuff is typically very good. Don't know if they just put their name on some other manufacturer's hinges, though. I got a new LH lower hinge from NPD.... fit and works great.

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Goodmark stuff is typically very good. Don't know if they just put their name on some other manufacturer's hinges, though. I got a new LH lower hinge from NPD.... fit and works great.
Was it a Goodmark from NPD ?

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Was it a Goodmark from NPD ?
Been so long I can't remember. LOL.

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I was going to buy a hinge repair kit a few weeks ago and found the entire hinge for under $17 at MU, too cheap to fiddle with a kit I thought.

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If you still have your original hinges, consider sending them to Mustang Steve to be rebuilt. He rebuilt my door hinges with larger pins and made them greaseable.

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If you still have your original hinges, consider sending them to Mustang Steve to be rebuilt. He rebuilt my door hinges with larger pins and made them greaseable.
Does he do this for the earlier ones? or just the +67?
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Does he do this for the earlier ones? or just the +67?
Sorry, I was not aware he did only 67-73 later hinges. My car is a 70.

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