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Old 11-01-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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Slide seals

I have had our coach at Redlands Truck and RV for a while fixing a number of things. One was to replace all of the slide seals. Took them four manufacturers to find the bottom seal. They have enough on hand to do one more, but the good thing is that Chris will keep the manufacturer on record should he need more.
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That should be an interesting project. I didn't know seals could be replaced without pulling the slides. If you are monitoring the installation; I'm certain some pictures of the process would be well received here on the "Forum."
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That should be an interesting project. I didn't know seals could be replaced without pulling the slides. If you are monitoring the installation; I'm certain some pictures of the process would be well received here on the "Forum."
I was not there. They replaced all of the seals.
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