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Old 09-12-2010, 12:09 PM   #1

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Gen Slide screw drive and motor replacement

The screw drive and motor that extends my gen slide was damaged in a towing event and I'm looking for a replacement. Anyone know where I might find one for a 2008 Alpine Coach?

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Originally Posted by dwebcbceo View Post
The screw drive and motor that extends my gen slide was damaged in a towing event and I'm looking for a replacement. Anyone know where I might find one for a 2008 Alpine Coach?
Dave, Try Mega RV Parts! They should be able to help you or point you in the right direction.

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There is an active thread on this problem called "Parts". You are not the only one loking for these parts.
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Old 09-12-2010, 09:58 PM   #4
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gen slide actuator

I have sent you a PM on the subject of Gen Slide Actuator.

Warning to Alpine Owners with electric Gen Slide Actuator. There are now three of us that have had Tow Truck Operators damage the electric slide system since May of this year.

If you break down and have a tow truck with wheel lift or axle lift, I highly recommend you make the tow truck operator remove you Electric slide actuator. As post in "Parts" you only need to remove the cover with 4 small bolts, electric connection, and two 3/8" bolts. Takes about 10" to save several hundred's dollars. Not to mention all the heart burn.

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