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Old 01-31-2012, 06:05 PM   #1
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Adjustable Travel Bar

I have noticed a sticker in my rig stating that I should be sure the P.S.O. Adjustable travel bar must be locked in place before moving the vehicle.

Well, googling "Adjustable Bars" came up with an alkies dream, but I'm pretty sure that wasn't what KZ had in mind.

Anybody know offhand what a P.S.O. travel bar is? Once I find it I can likely figure out how to lock it down.

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Probably referring to the bar(s) that is (are) placed between the top edge of a retracted slide and the outside wall to prevent the slide from partially extending. Not all rigs have them. Our old Jayco did. But our previous Titanium and our current rig does not.
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Old 02-08-2012, 10:50 AM   #3
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Thanks for that Dave. Sorry for the delay in replying, I was on the water for a few days, and internetally challenged...
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there kinda like the shower curtain rods. When you turn one end the extend or retrax. My previous 2001 Fleetwood Wilderness came with one.
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BAR that goes either on top of the slideout or on each side of the slideout that prevents the slideout from moving outward while driving. My Sunnybrook has them and they are not adjustable but some are. We also leave the slideout brake (on/off switch) on while driving, insurance I guess.
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Just be sure to remove them before using the slideout.
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