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Old 12-15-2014, 01:45 PM   #1
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Entry door keeper

Anyone have a simple, clever way of keeping the male part of the entry door keeper from blowing back & forth going down the road. I know it's a pretty trivial thing but it bugs me. Do they make a catch of some sort for it and if so where would I find one.

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What I did to a small door that wouldn't stay was to super glue a neodymium disc magnet to the camper wall & a washer to the door. Works very well, not sure what you have as for mounting but perhaps worth a thought.
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Just get a little patch of velcro. The stick-on kind.
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Mine swings up and down, not back and forth, so a small rubber grommet pushed on it and up tight towards the base holds it away from the coach. No more tapping on the side of the coach while in motion.
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They make some that snap into their own cradle. You can find them at Camping World...
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Old 12-17-2014, 07:41 AM   #6
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Thank you for the info I'll check out CW.
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The good ones are stainless so the idea of the rubber grommet or O ring is a brilliant idea.
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