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Old 01-19-2013, 11:50 AM   #1
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I have a2004 Georgie Boy Cruisemaster 3625 DS. When my master slide is fully extended the front rail teeth clear the lower sidewall by 1/4", the rear rail clears about 1". Had same checked advised there was no apparent damaged or broken parts(rollers) alignment appears to be good side to side and up and down. Mech believes it was installed by Georgie Boy that way to keep alignment in place. My concern is if it is dropping down it will catch the lower coach wall and tear it up. Anyone have any similiar problems or fixits?

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Old 01-19-2013, 02:07 PM   #2
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I guess you can believe the Tech, with your slide in get down close to floor and look under slide floor for roller off holding bracket on one side or that slide floor is straight across with out a bow in a weaken floor base.

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Old 01-23-2013, 08:02 AM   #3
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Thanks for input. Checked all rollers,roller brackets,floor, carpet and side to side adjustment. Nothing appears to be out of norm other than the front ram is very close to basement side wall when fully extended. Any Georgie Boy owners out there with the same complaint or is it normal installation
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Probably normal. I have the long single slide. Checked the clearance on my slide rails, about 3/4inch aft and 1/2inch forward. Slide rails are welded to brackets built up on the frame.
Adjustment seems to be at the brackets that hold the room itself and would not affect the rails.
If you have the same slide room, here is the manual.

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