If you’re planning on, or thinking about, replacing your vehicle’s stock hood hinges with aftermarket hinges, you’ve come to the right place.
In today’s video, the crew at Eddie Motorsports — the industry’s largest maker of billet aluminum aftermarket hood hinges (currently 38 different models of cars and trucks) — is going to show you how to install their billet hood hinges on a gorgeous 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle.
The hood hinge kits come equipped with all of the parts and stainless steel fasteners you need for the installation. A torque wrench and sockets will come in handy. Some lubricating grease and anti-seize will help. And you’ll want to protect your vehicle paint with protective or masking tape, and fender covers.
Three solid pieces of advice from the video:
- Mark your stock hinge location before getting started.
- Also, check your hood fitment BEFORE removing your stock hinges. “That way, you’re not chasing a problem that already existed,” Eddie Motorsports officials say.
- DO NOT attempt the installation alone, as there are multiple steps where a second person is required.
For a step-by-step walkthrough of the hood hinge installation, watch this video, and you’ll be ready to tackle the job.
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How about a video on a 1951 Chevy 3100 pick up, installation of billet hinges. Thank you
How much to install on a 1956 ford f100 pick up 1/2 ton
Hey Jess, thanks for reading. Click here to see current pricing on hinges for the ’56 Ford F-100.