Same as was on my 93 Holiday Rambler, same problem. Years ago, before Holiday Rambler became part of Monaco, I called them and they didn't have replacements. I'd say your chance today of finding any worth buying are very slim.
Because the door doesn't rotate 360º the wear is only on part of the hinge sections. I took both doors off the body as a unit and put them on a piece of 3/4" plywood, clamped the doors. Adjusted the hinges so they were spaced fairly evenly, and screwed them down then pulled the hinge pin out. I used a spray can of ether to wash inside the sections as well as I could then WD40 to lube the sections and the pin. I had some small thin stainless washers, started the hinge pin in putting washers in each gap to tighten everything up. What I wanted was for all the sections to bear some of the load. Previous repairs had been in only 1 or 2 gaps. I'm sure those lasted only for a short time as I had to raise the striker when I got the door back in.
It was a pain to do but i kept everything lubed and never had a problem with the door for almost 15 years after that.