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Old 05-04-2011, 01:46 PM   #1
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slide outs 2011 tiffin bus

techs at dealership, say one side hydralic, other side electric, any idea if this is correct? Bed slide makes noise at end of cycle in or out.
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Yes two are hydraulic and two are electric. DS front and PS bedroom ( side with bed) are hydraulic. Other two are electric. Guess it's the weight on those slides
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Yes two are hydraulic and two are electric. DS front and PS bedroom ( side with bed) are hydraulic. Other two are electric. Guess it's the weight on those slides
Are you sure? I thought one side was electric, other hydraulic.
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The ratcheting you hear tells you the slide is either all the way in or all the way out and is normal. I believe the electric slide is used on the DS front and which ever side the bed is located on in the rear. The others are hydraulic.
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Thank you! Another hyd. slide out question

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The ratcheting you hear tells you the slide is either all the way in or all the way out and is normal. I believe the electric slide is used on the DS front and which ever side the bed is located on in the rear. The others are hydraulic.
We received the seal material from Tiffin today. Does anyone know the procedure for replacing the hyd. slideout seal? I guess I should open the box as well and see if any information is sent.
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On our Phaeton, it's DS are electric and PS are hydraulic.
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Likewise on our '08 Bus the two PS slides are Hydraulic and the two DS slides are electric.
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Placement of the hydraulic vs electric slide outs depends on the floor plan. The slides with the refrigerator and bed will be hydraulic. The other two electric.
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Definitely NOT true.
The RR and the bed in our Phaeton are both on the DS. The DS slides in our rig is electric.
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That is correct Steve, my 011 Phaeton QBH are electric on DS and Hyd on Pass. side.
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