I was really hoping it wasn't a case of ... "The only way you can get that part is to buy the whole assembly; you know, the whole door!"I think you have to get a whole new door hindge from the dealership
By the looks of that spring, your lube, and the hinge piece that holds the door midway open, you should just replace it..
Late this week or early next week, I'll calling Art at Henson. I have a list of stuff I need for my cylinder head(s) replacement. I'll ask Art what a new hinge goes for and if it's too much, I'll add the hinge to my junk yard list.They used to make pin and bushing repair kits, but not sure if they made them for the Ram.
The hinges may be bolted and welded on. The hardest part about changing hinges is getting the door fit right aftwerwards.
Changing the hingle is probably faster than replacing the pin/ bushing (unless you can just knock that pin out), if the hinge isn't welded.
I wouldn't think the door and hinge would be a joint assembly.