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Has anybody here ever let a fiercely strong wind catch the door on accident. well mine did, the second time which bent the hinges back and would not align itself to shut the door. I tried with all my might not to let go of the door but the wind was too strong. Just wondering if this is a common problem to any one here who lives in an open area with high winds.
thanks guys, this is actually a government issued truck 03 F-150 and i'm doing a research on seeing how often this kinda thing occurs. i know it's more of a human error with a mix of weather but it's still no excuse on our part which could've been prevented by parking it against the wind. It didn't just happened to me, it happened to others with the same kinda truck as well. Our truck is a mess now, as it tries to close it catches against the fender causing more damages. We just got an estimate from the stealers for 700 dollars to get this fix if the fender is not badly damaged, and i'm almost positive that my CO is pretty much fed up and pissed off about all this. Granted the government pays for them, but it's still is one of those things that they believe the government shouldn't pay for our mistakes. Unless i have something to show that this particular truck is easily prone to door damages cause by wind then it'll may take the weights off of our shoulders.