Didn’t get as much done as I had hoped. I did get the door off. Ended up using a hammer and punch to get the pins out. Needed to jack the end of the door for the bottom pin (first), then the center or entire door for the upper pin (last) after first removing the spring. Not too bad once you know what to do. Next will be to mount the replacement door this next week then swapping components from one to the other. Having a door jack is needed for a one man operation! Luckily, I don’t need to drive anywhere this next week!
Found this on e-Bay. It is a Kent-Moore J-39761-A Door Hinge Spring Remover/Installer. Just received it today and did a trial-fit on the door hinges/pins. This is specifically made for 1996-2003 S-10 hinges – along with the other generic tools I bought, I think I am finally ready to tackle this job. I really didn’t like the idea of banging the pins out with a hammer! I plan on swapping out my damaged driver’s side door (from earlier post) with the replacement donor door I bought. I will also have to swap out interior and misc parts, but the door is the largest part to tackle. Depending on how it goes, I will tackle the third door at a later time which I expect to be a little more challenging because of how the donor door hinges were removed. Now that the warmer weather and longer days are arriving, I hope to get some more to-do’s tackled in the garage.