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Old 08-02-2005, 05:54 PM   #1
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We have a 2004 38ft. Have some slide problems and was under the slide and noticed the caps covering the slides were loose. There are two sheet metal type screws that attach them to the back side of the family room slide. The other attachments adhears these covers to the end of the slide out bars using an extruded piece of aluminum and the adhesive they used obviously will not stick to aluminum. So both covers were loose. Took them off cleaned them up with a grinder and mixed up two part epoxy and stuck them back on. If this is clear as mud, email me and I will send a photo of what I am talking about. Texas608@aol.com
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We have a 2004 38ft. Have some slide problems and was under the slide and noticed the caps covering the slides were loose. There are two sheet metal type screws that attach them to the back side of the family room slide. The other attachments adhears these covers to the end of the slide out bars using an extruded piece of aluminum and the adhesive they used obviously will not stick to aluminum. So both covers were loose. Took them off cleaned them up with a grinder and mixed up two part epoxy and stuck them back on. If this is clear as mud, email me and I will send a photo of what I am talking about. Texas608@aol.com
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