Cabin/Cargo Door Hinges for Cessna Aircraft

Now Approved for Cessna 180, 182, 185, 205, 206, 207 and 210 Series

Coming Soon! Cessna 120, 140, and 150 Series

 

  • FAA-PMA approved with improved machined design
  • Better fit and form than competitor's forged hinges!
  • Available drilled or un-drilled
  • Save $$$
  • Catalog Eligibility

 

For ordering information, go to Door Hinges and Pins.

 

Quick Removal Clevis Pin and Cotter Key

New and improved design replaces staked-in hinge pin!

 

  • FAA-PMA approved design replaces staked-in Cessna hinge pin
  • Easy door removal for maintenance
  • Corrosion resistant

 

For ordering information, go to Door Hinges and Pins.  


 

Cessna Door Hinges for 170, 172, 175, Series Aircraft

Straight or bent hinges available — check your aircraft to order the correct style

 

For ordering information, go to Door Hinges and Pins

  

 

 

Improved McFarlane design  

 

  • FAA-PMA approved welded design
  • Thicker alloy steel
  • Heat-treated for extra strength and wear resistance
  • Precision pin holes for longer life
  • Pre-drilled and epoxy primed
  • Catalog Eligibility

 

 

Cabin Door Hinge Pins

Don't trust those old brass pins!

 

  • Fast door removal — makes cabin maintenance easier!
  • FAA-PMA approved design 5x stronger with stainless steel
  • Easy to inspect secure safety pin design
  • Convenient kit available: Kit P/N CDHP-KT-1 contains four hinge pins
 

   

For ordering information, go to Door Hinges and Pins.  

 

Quick Removal Clevis Pin and Cotter Key 

New and improved design replaces staked-in hinge pin!
Cessna 180, 182, 185, 205, 206, 207, and 210 Series

 

  • FAA-PMA approved design replaced staked-in Cessna hinge pin
  • Easy door removal for maintenance
  • Corrosion resistant

  

 

Bent or Straight Hinges - Only from McFarlane!

Ensure the right fit for your Cessna!

 

Cessna legacy airplanes, built prior to 1979, feature a door post skin that angles inward (toward the front edge of the door). Aircraft with this bend require a hinge with a 5° bend for correct installation. Later models and new production aircraft do not have this inward angle and use a straight hinge.

 

McFarlane manufactures both bent and straight hinges. We HIGHLY recommend verifying your door hinges before ordering. When in the field, replicating the 5° bend from a straight hinge is very difficult and rarely correct. Let us take away the worry and provide you with the correct hinges today!

 

Please note that McFarlane does not have exact serial number information as to when the hinges went from bent to straight.

 

 

  

Maintenance Tip!
The Cessna doors have tremendous leverage on the forward door seals. Door hinge and hinge pins can easily be over stressed and fail if incorrect door seals are installed. Always use approved door seals that are designed for your aircraft.

Maintenance Tip for Door Hinge Replacement: To install new hinges, temporarily attach the replacement hinges to the door using temporary fasteners. Install the door and hinge pins. Verify the door alignment with the door opening. The leading edge of the door should be approximately flush with the adjacent door post skin. Minor bends can be made to the upper hinges to perfect the door fit. Please reference the ICA.

 

For ordering information, go to Door Hinges and Pins

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