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Old 09-01-2014, 04:24 PM   #1
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Slide out problem

Previous post 2004 GB front slide when extending out is just missing the coach lower wall. Recently notice a dragging noise plus is now a lot closer to coach rail up on the front left corner.This slide uses a RBW system and is a flush mount when extended. All rollers appear to operate properly and the slide appears to be vertical and horizontal centered. Bottom floor below slide appears fine. Any suggestions?

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Here is the Manual for the RBW slideout. Good parts info but not a lot of detail on adjustments.... http://www.myrvpartsplacestore.com/a...O-12024ins.pdf
My slideout is not flush when extended...
edit: after checking your previous post, -- brackets for my rails are welded to the frame so not adjustable. If your clearance is changing you may have a weak weld or some give in the mounts. How is the clearance at the top of the slide???
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