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Old 04-13-2019, 03:08 PM   #1
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Front Door

Our new toy haulerís front door doesnít have a stopper, guess that is what you would call it. Iím not sure if it was by design or someone forgot to put it on. When you open front door, it just slams up against awning arm if youíre not careful. I noticed a friends door had a shock at the bottom of it that stopped it at a certain point. What would I call it to search for it? Rv door shock? I searched that but only thing I saw was for the storage doors(which may work, not sure). Thanks

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Old 04-14-2019, 11:27 AM   #2
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Check your local hardware store under screen door hardware for an adjustable screen door spring system.


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This one has the gas shock at the top.......from the factory, the door only opened 90 degrees to the wall, so remounted shock to let door open to within 2" of awning arm....
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Thanks for the info
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