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Old 01-30-2016, 02:18 PM   #1
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Slide motor on Country Coach Inspire360

my drivers side slide in living room went out--how hard are these to replace ?
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Old 01-30-2016, 02:23 PM   #2
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Our slides are all HWH hydraulic units so only one motor.
What year is your rig? Your info says you have a 33' Admiral so it's no help here.
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Old 01-30-2016, 02:42 PM   #3
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my drivers side slide in living room went out--how hard are these to replace ?
Not bad to replace but very expensive to buy. Make sure it's the motor and not the control board before you buy. Have you checked all the fuses? It's my understanding you need to get both the motor and gearbox together as they are not available separately

It would help if you gave the year and coach number so someone with a similar coach can better help you.
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See if you can find a poster named "2Stroker". He has a lot of experience with slide motors. He usually posts quite a bit on the CC forum here
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See if you can find a poster named "2Stroker". He has a lot of experience with slide motors. He usually posts quite a bit on the CC forum here
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I did send him a PM on what to look for and what to check.
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My previous coach was an 05 Inspire 330 and it was not uncommon to break one of the shear bolts but I never had a motor go out. I saw your initial description of 06 Inspire 360 which is good but most have a signature at the end with name, Make, model and year of the coach.
Hope you get a good answer on the motor.
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The main problem that most run into is the 4 bolts that hold the motor in place, they work there way out. We went to a NW Country Coach rally last year and out of 12 coaches 4 had bolts out laying in the bay or you could turn them by hand, remove one at a time and added blue loctite to the threads. Also use a vacuum to keep the drop down track clean and to spray something like this on the plastic to help it move on the way in, because that is when it takes the most torque on the gear box-shear pins and the most voltage to start up the drop down in the slide.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Max-Pro-He...icant/24358860
I ordered 4 extra shear pins from Kevin Waite, hope I never have to use them but on the road you never know someone may need one.
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