In recent years, car door hinge sales have dropped significantly, and the prices of these parts have risen.
If you’ve ever purchased a new car door from a major dealer, you probably have heard of the door hinge part, or “DHH” as it’s called in the industry.
Now, the DHH is in decline, according to research by The Jerusalem Report, a website that studies car door and other automotive parts.
The Jerusalem report found that in 2015, just under a quarter of the car door sales in the United States were DHHs.
This number dropped to 16 percent in 2016.
This decline is attributed to a number of factors, such as manufacturers discontinuing the DHS, which are now replaced by lower quality and stronger materials.
This makes it hard to replace the DHT with a new part, and it also means the DHC is not widely available anymore.
That means that the majority of cars are missing out on a key component that could make them a more competitive alternative to the OEM.
It also means that people are shopping less.
This can be especially true if the OEM doesn’t have the parts they need to complete a proper replacement.
But there are other reasons why the DHB is disappearing.
As the Jerusalem Report points out, the last time there was a significant drop in car door price was in the late 2000s.
At that time, car doors were getting cheaper by the day, and they became the main focus of shoppers’ attention.
According to the report, car buyers were more likely to shop for new or used car doors and would even pay more for them than they did for the OEM door.
The decline in the DH also had a ripple effect on other industries, as car parts manufacturers were forced to switch over to cheaper materials.
According the report: “DHPs are now more likely than OEM doors to be used in car parts manufacturing.
This is because of the more efficient use of DHTs.
However, the use of new DHT materials also contributes to a drop in DHH prices.”
The report also noted that the market is saturated with OEM DHH parts, so manufacturers are losing out on the market.
In fact, some OEM DHC parts are becoming more and more expensive as the market matures.
“In 2015, the price of DHH was estimated at around $1,300 per piece, which is $10,000 more than the DHP was at the same time a year earlier.
That’s an increase of more than 100 percent, which would be enough to keep a car owner from buying a new DHH,” the report notes.
According this report, there are only around 100,000 DHH left in the U.S. today, and that number is expected to decrease by a factor of three in the next few years.
As a result, it may be a while before car buyers realize that their favorite OEM door is a complete loss.
In the meantime, these days, you can find a DHH for less than $400.