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Old 05-09-2019, 05:10 AM   #1
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How do you lubricate hyraulic slide motors in the RED series

Besides conditioning the rubber seals on all the slide seals, I would like to lubricate the two front hydraulic slides on my 37PA but can't find the tracks nor the motors for those slides. Is there a way to lubricate these slides?
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On my 2018 Red 37PA the two front slides are hydraulic, not sure if they need to be lubricated. Rear slides are those electric gear type, they do get a spray lubricant, good short youtube video shows you how.
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hydraulic slides do not need to be lubricated. maybe clean the outer tubes with wd40, and wipe off. the slide mechanism moves on plastic glide blocks, so no lube needed.
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