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Sliding doors
#1
Hi all

Just looking for some expert opinion!

I live on a steep hill, pointing up most of the time.

In my new blingo, kids just can't resist opening the doors and letting go, so they slam open with lethal force when hitting the end of the rail.

May be a silly question but can they handle this? Do they bend or break eventually? Will I have to hire a concierge service? Or will I have to get the council to level the hill?

Cheers
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#2
I wouldn't let my kids do that as it could break it, either get them to stop it or is there a child safety lock on it.
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#3
If they do that, it will in time break something. Safety lock is there and also i would keep car locked.
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#4
Oh yes, it won't be happening again.

It just got me thinking about just how much force would bend anything as its a lot of force when thrown open. My family have a habit of breaking cars :-(

It does have the rubber stopper at the end so hopefully I have got away with it so far, I'm sure citroen would have tested that hehe
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#5
It will break or damage something. Maybe the door, maybe the kids fingers.
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