Re: [DML] Driving With Doors Open
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Re: [DML] Driving With Doors Open



Hello!  I'd appreciate a little more information on this.  I'd like 
to drive my D in a local parade, and I'm concerned not about the 
suspension, but about the body.  Start by assuming that my car's 
chassis is in good condition and not rusted or damaged.  Will driving 
at five mph on a well paved road cause excessive flexure of the GRP 
underbody or stainless skins, which is likely to cause cracked glass, 
or damage the underbody or skins?  Has anyone personal experience 
driving in a parade with both doors open?  
Thanks in advance,
NM  

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike.griese@xxxx wrote:
> It won't hurt your suspension, but if your car has a tendency to 
> overheat, hope for a cool day.
> 
> --
> Mike
> 
> 
> -------------- Original message from "tuxr" <tuxdarby@xxxx>: -------
------- 
> 
> 
> > Assuming my daughter lets me (and that's a big IF), I'll be 
> > participating in the high school homecoming parade around the 
track at 
> > the football field. Each year the prom queen and court rides in a 
> > parade of convertables before the game. The plan is to join the 
> > parade with the doors up, at basically an idle speed. Would this 
> > cause any problems with alignment, break any parts, etc. Of 
course my






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