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Old 03-13-2011, 08:36 PM   #1
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Slide out problem

I recently weathered some strong winds with the slide out and it evidently lifted off the track on one side and is now crooked. Any ideas how to get it back on the correct track that I can do or should I take it to a shop?

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wow,,, how strong were the winds, what kinda rig?
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2001 Tradewinds 35' with just the one slide. We took 40-45 mph gusts before sliding the slide back in for the rest of the night.
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2001 Tradewinds 35' with just the one slide. We took 40-45 mph gusts before sliding the slide back in for the rest of the night.
Wow, I'd wonder if there was a problem before that led to this. We've endured some very powerful winds here in the desert and never had anything move out of place on the slides. How did you get the slide in after it was off the track??
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