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Lambo Door Problem!

So far I have my driver side lambo door on but it sinks down about an inch see pictures...
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is it supposed too do this??

Is their a way to fix it??
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ApuPimpin Apr 16, 1:13am - #443264 

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what kit do you have, you should be able to adjust it that's what mine had
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I got the kit from Tru Motorsports.. basically the GB they are having now..
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Pnoy Apr 16, 1:17am - #443266 
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probably needs adjustments in the height. check your manual.
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ApuPimpin Apr 16, 1:17am - #443267 

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ok well on my c2gas hinges there were somethigns on the hinge you got to adjust the height and stuff see if there is a manual b/c every lambo door kit has some things to adjust on the hinge
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How would you adjust the height???
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Pnoy Apr 16, 1:21am - #443269 
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there should be screw that serves to be stopper for the hindge. you have to remove your fender and check which one is it.
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all it came with is a Door Kit instruction...
and all it says "Use adjustment screw to adjust the door kit so the door opens and closes properly"

Anyone have any cluse what the adjustment screw looks like??
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Satoshi Apr 16, 1:24am - #443271 
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you can adjust w/o removing fenders

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Pnoy Apr 16, 1:25am - #443272 
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there should be grove same as screws confused remove your fender and take a close picture of the hinge so we can see which one you need to adjust
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Here's a pic. of the hinge...
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Pnoy Apr 16, 1:29am - #443274 
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where's the bottom part?
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xxmonkeyboixx Apr 16, 1:31am - #443275 

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I see a bolt but not sure if thats it...repost pic again...

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Pnoy Apr 16, 1:35am - #443276 
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i dunno if it's the bold for the distance of the door to the card or not. otherwise, you can give it a clockwise rotation. lift up your door while your doing so
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i think that i have to adjust the bolt that is shown..
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yah, its different than the one that Satoshi posted, but it does that performs the same function. thumbsup

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celicagts2000 Apr 16, 5:45am - #443279 
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ok look the screw that you are looking for is the sag screw and it is the a allen key wrench and a nut it ts the only nut that you took in the pic when you move the screw you will see the door come up but make sure that you get the fitment right it mit take a few time.
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Loosen the jam nut first, then make ajustments. tighten jam nut and check again. sometimes when the jam nut is tightened, it messes with the ajustments you might make.

If that doesn't work get it somE viagra!
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Larry_GTS Apr 17, 2:26am - #443281 
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did you have to flare your fender also , how do you like the kit ?
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Yeah the tough part is adjusting the fenders I've cut them and folded them(REALLY IMPORTANT) But I am still having trouble adjusting them enough so that the hinge doesn't get in the way..

Any ideas? confused
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Larry_GTS Apr 17, 10:14pm - #443283 
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have someone help you and see how it goes have them hold it move it just a little each time. i'm probally getting a set , my girlfriend keeps asking me about them so she might be buying some. If I get mine i'll probally be in the same boat. Good luck man , it doesn't seem all that hard , do you have pictures of what you had to do to the fenders ?
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lpfan076 Apr 18, 2:35am - #443284 

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Originally Posted by maingear
Loosen the jam nut first, then make ajustments. tighten jam nut and check again. sometimes when the jam nut is tightened, it messes with the ajustments you might make.

If that doesn't work get it somE viagra!


ive heard of that trick, giving your car viagra...i tried it and my car just perked up, shot right off the line, and got the job done in about 14.5 seconds. rofl rofl rofl

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Yeah so my fenders are the tricky part... I dont have the stock metal fenders I have the Z3 fenders that is made out of Fiberglass... So what i had to do is cut the side edges off and then use a bigger bolt and used a cushion washer so that it has a wider area for the hinge to move around. I've only done the driver side but when I finish i'll post some Pics of my ride..
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