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Old 09-15-2014, 06:23 AM   #1
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Slide cover rust

I have one slide cover thats has rust coming out the end caps ? Wondering if anybody has had the problem and what the fix is. The other three covers seam to be fine . Thanks Dave and Suzy

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I think that is rust washing off the springs. Once it begins it's there for good. I have one doing that. My plan is to extend the slide, drill a 1/8" hole in the bottom side of the tube, spray waterproof "Blue Grease" from an aerosol into the tube-hopefully coating the spring. BTW, that topper needs an assist to rewind if we are parked for a month or so. I think that is the result of rusty springs also.
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