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Old 07-29-2007, 07:02 AM   #1
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We have a 05 Alfa gold that the carpet bulges up when the living room slide comes in [only in the front].I was thinking of tring to glue it down to the sub floor. Any susgestions?
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We have a 05 Alfa gold that the carpet bulges up when the living room slide comes in [only in the front].I was thinking of tring to glue it down to the sub floor. Any susgestions?
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Over time the carpet will do that. I would stretch the carpet to opposite wall and restaple carpet to floor along that wall.
There maybe dirt under rug and the glue may not hold plus glued rug may pull up floor surface if you ever want to replace rug.
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Or your slide may need a minor adjustment. Sometimes after "settling in" the slide may drag a little more than it should. Check your documentation that came with the rig, it may tell you how to do it. Otherwise a dealer could do it easy enough.

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