[DML] Re: Struts
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[DML] Re: Struts



I believe that is correct. When working on my car in the nice cool 
weather the driver door droops. I have a video from Tamir's website 
that has Bob Gale explaining the BTTF crew discovering this.

 On a Nissan it is probably the hood or trunk? They are not as heavy 
has the doors on a DeLorean so maybe that has something to do with it?

Josh
10989


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "gbsdelorean" <gbsdelorean@xxxx> 
wrote:
>
> Dear Owners
> Was looking at a Delorean and the owner said that the doors droop 
in 
> winter because the struts are gas filled and set for 72 degrees, 
temps 
> much below that will cause the gas to exert less pressure.
> 
> Now my new Nissan has gas struts and I never noticed that, am I 
> correct in believeing that 'cold temps cause wing droop' might be a 
> stretch?  (pun somewhat intended...)
> 
> Thanks
> GBS
>








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