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Old 03-11-2018, 11:29 PM   #1
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Entry door problem with awning supports

Hi,

One our '97 Rexhall I've got a problem that's been bugging me for a while.

The entry door isn't mounted in the middle. The door forward just behind the passenger seat. When open it can bang into the awning mount which is digging a hole into the door.

There is a t-mount just beyond the awning support and on entry door but don't have a rod...any ideas or factory solution? My poor wife is 110lbs dripping wet and the door can fly out of her grip if winds are right...so before she needs a bionic shoulder, help?

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Hi,

One our '97 Rexhall I've got a problem that's been bugging me for a while.

The entry door isn't mounted in the middle. The door forward just behind the passenger seat. When open it can bang into the awning mount which is digging a hole into the door.

There is a t-mount just beyond the awning support and on entry door but don't have a rod...any ideas or factory solution? My poor wife is 110lbs dripping wet and the door can fly out of her grip if winds are right...so before she needs a bionic shoulder, help?

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