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Old 09-03-2016, 06:53 PM   #1
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Replace the slide out seals???

Replace the slide out seals???
I was treating my slide out seals and noticed that my bedroom slide (AcccuSlide one) has a seal that is cracking and beginning to tear. This seal is a flat glued on one on the side of the coach body, not the push on on the forward slides. Has anyone had to replace their seals? It seems fair easy (famous last words) but any advice would be appreciated.

Does any one have a source for the seals, I see a Steele Rubber Products listed in the FMCA Magazine.
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I asked the same question a few months ago. It is essentially flat rubber 3/32 thick, screwed in at bottom and top and held in place in between with white silicone caulking. McMaster Carr or similar should carry the rubber. I used a bicycle tube and patch kit to hold it together until I can figure what to do. In order to get a sheet big enough could cost close to 200 bucks because you would need to get the whole roll.
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Thanks. Since we plan to keep our motorhome "forever" I'll get a roll and store it.
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