Different part numbers will usually mean different parts. Even though they may look the same, I don't believe they will work.
Problem with that is that I live overseas so returns sometimes impossible. I was hoping someone else had the same problem and knew the answer.you'll have to actually get one and do all the caliper measurements. it may be the thickness, or the bolt hole size for mounting, or just the dimensions 🤷♀️
I got the part#'s from a chevrolet parts catalog, 68 to 75, published 1981. I was gonna do this at some point, or hoping someone here has a hinge they could measure.is the vendor you got the part #'s from reputable? YearOne, etc? call them, explain you're in Europe, and ask for one of their techs to measure with calipers. it's been my experience that vendors who go out of their way to find out are the ones you want to deal with
I wish it was the pins. The surface that mates to the door is bowed, afaik it should be flat. And the hinges have been bent out of shape and have a permanent droop. If I adjust the droop away the door gap at the quarter panel gets way too big. I will try to fix these first by grinding the surface flat(ish) and tacking a thick metal plate as spacer to flatten it and giving me more adjustment.You are better off if you can use a hinge pin repair kit. Very common, readily available, and you will not have any fitment problems.
Yap,E-bay has once f**ked me upYeah, I wouldn't fully trust an Amazon listing especially if other places are saying different. E-Bay has to be the worst.