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Old 09-03-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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Building Cargo Trays?

I'm researching ways to mount a sliding tray in one of my cargo bays. I've found posts that reference the Accuride 9301 slides as being very strong and good for a pull out application. I only need slides that are about 22" deep, but maximum extension and at least 200 lb load capacity are key. Does anyone have firsthand knowledge of these slides or experience with any others they'd like to offer? Thanks in advance.
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JMHO, but I have one of those slides and wish I didn't have it. More trouble than it's worth.
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This will be a slide to support an entertainment system, which is necessary to get the right viewing angle.
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I have one and it works fine. It is a full width slide and holds my tool boxes, hoses, spare parts, BBQ, propane tank,etc. it comes out past my slide-out so that I can reach my tools without having to duck under the slide.
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I'm researching ways to mount a sliding tray in one of my cargo bays. I've found posts that reference the Accuride 9301 slides as being very strong and good for a pull out application. I only need slides that are about 22" deep, but maximum extension and at least 200 lb load capacity are key. Does anyone have firsthand knowledge of these slides or experience with any others they'd like to offer? Thanks in advance.
Bryan see if cat 320 will sell you his
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I've got 2 slides on mine......I LOVE them. Beats the heck out of what I had on my other Motorhomes.

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I have one and it works fine. It is a full width slide and holds my tool boxes, hoses, spare parts, BBQ, propane tank,etc. it comes out past my slide-out so that I can reach my tools without having to duck under the slide.
Any chance you could post a picture or two?
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