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Old 12-17-2012, 11:20 AM   #29
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I needed a good laugh, thanks!
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Old 12-17-2012, 12:12 PM   #30
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It's not a RV slide lock:
See: Slide Lock for your RV on Sale - PPL Motor Homes
But it is funny that the thing-a-ma-jig is confused with a slide lock and might show that most people don't use their slide lock(s).

I agree that it might be a sofa slipcover "stay" or "grip."
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My mom used to use them with slipcovers.
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Old 12-17-2012, 12:21 PM   #31
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If my MH came with a slide lock, it is no where to be found. It did come ready to camp; patio mat, BBQs, CB, tables, etc. Just add personal items; gas and go.
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Doo-Hickey is my best guess
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Holds the slipcovers on the couch. Easy answer...
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Old 12-17-2012, 06:50 PM   #35
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Sorry Dave, that was covered in posts #2-4.
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Keep looking and maybe you will find its mate. I am not sure what it is but I am sure that it won't work by itself.
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Is it part of a window shade?
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If it bends, then my vote is for the slipcover stay. Notice in the picture it is a bit bent as it gets shoved between the cushion and the arm. If it's rigid... we need better pictures.

How many guesses do we get?
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What do we win? I think we should have guess the part each week.
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If it bends, then my vote is for the slipcover stay. Notice in the picture it is a bit bent as it gets shoved between the cushion and the arm. If it's rigid... we need better pictures.

How many guesses do we get?
Nope it is rigid due to the steel rod running through the middle but foam covered, same foam as the Noodles the kids use in the pools.

I think it might be a roll dispenser for either wallpaper or fabric of some sort during the build process.

I am still vacuuming up saw dust like you would not believe, I think when they built this coach and did all the trim work cutting over the carpet.
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