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Old 07-23-2014, 10:31 PM   #1
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We are now in Newport, OR and enjoying the ocean breezes. However, I am concerned that the entry door hinge will get sprung or damaged. I am curious what other CC owners may have done to support the door and keep it at a 90 degree angle when open.
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Yup, the winds in Newport can be pretty stiff. We usually just shut the door and be done with it. We have friends that had their CC door blown completely off by high winds!

Are you in Pacific Shores? If so, I'll have our friends Lee& Kris look you up. They own a lot there and are there now.
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Yup, the winds in Newport can be pretty stiff. We usually just shut the door and be done with it. We have friends that had their CC door blown completely off by high winds!

Are you in Pacific Shores? If so, I'll have our friends Lee& Kris look you up. They own a lot there and are there now.
We are at Port of Newport RV park looking at the bridge. Very nice place and close to everything.
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I just close the door. I met a guy who had a coach like ours and had a door keeper on the top part of the door and ended up warping the door so it had a hard time closing. I would recommend just closing the door and keep the windows open if you want the breeze.
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We were at Pacific Shores and our door blew open and snapped the screw/bolts in the door. I suggest that you shut the door or put a strong bungee on the top of the door. It is a pain tapping out the screws!!!
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