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Old 09-03-2011, 08:41 AM   #1
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Slide-out Storage Trays?

Anyone used "Slide Master" custom slide out storage trays in the basement? I see that Joey Bed has quit making their product. I'm past the stage in my life to get down, bump my head and get cramps in #%^ getting things out of the basement on the drivers side.

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I installed the Kwikee Superslide.
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I installed two Kwikee slides. Maybe the best thing I've done to the MH.Access much easier, packing lots more efficient, nothing is burried, wouldn't be without them.

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We also added the Kwikee slides on the driver's side at the factory, and they have worked out well. Probably lose 25% of the storage are due to the all the slide hardware, but they sure make it easier to get stuff in and out.
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Old 09-04-2011, 08:14 AM   #5
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Thanks for the leads, looks like Kwikee slides are the way to go. I will be state side in 3 weeks and will do more checking.

Thanks again folks!
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Check out Slim Slider, Orofino Idaho.
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Check out Slim Slider, Orofino Idaho.
Agree on the Slim Sliders. We put them on our 2003 38'. Well made. All aluminum.
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SlimSlider

We installed a SlimSlider Slim Slider Products-RV Accessories and Supplies in our coach and absolutely love it. It occupies almost an entire bay of our FDQS-from the passenger side to the cord reel on the drivers side. I think it's 65-68" deep. Easy to install and use! Very nice folks own the company too so we like to support good folks.
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