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Old 09-22-2022, 05:14 PM   #31
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I have a 2922 2021 which in general I love. However the door is a big issue. From the time I brought it home it closed very hard. Basically, it hit at the bottom of the latch side. If it is perfectly level, you can slam the door and it will close. If not perfectly level there are times the door will not close unless I pry the bottom of the latch side to give the door room to close.

TI am going to do a long write up of my experience with the TM after the first full season. I have spent 40 days on the road so far with one last trio in October for 8 days.

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Old 09-22-2022, 08:22 PM   #32
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I have a 2922 2021 which in general I love. However the door is a big issue. From the time I brought it home it closed very hard. Basically, it hit at the bottom of the latch side. If it is perfectly level, you can slam the door and it will close. If not perfectly level there are times the door will not close unless I pry the bottom of the latch side to give the door room to close.
It has been my experience that a few cranks on the rear stabilizer on the door side will make the door close without slamming it. May not be perfectly level, but usually close enough.
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Old 09-22-2022, 08:50 PM   #33
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Holy zombie thread, Batman!

First, if you have to slam the door or otherwise force it closed, something is out of adjustment. Out of level, too aggressive leveling causing torque on the frame, lift arms out of adjustment, pocket stops out of adjustment.

Second, “lover door” is just funny.
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