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Old 10-15-2016, 03:42 PM   #1
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Crooked Accuslide

Hi yall,my 2016 aerolite 294 rkss king accuslide has been adjusted twice by two different dealers,both told me adjustment was made and not off only 1/2 inch.goes in and out ok,but appears crooked and confirmed with a level.it looks like it is leaning down making it slanted on the inside of the trailer.it appears to me that this is not right and nobody can fix it.so my question is could i put two slideout stabilizers on each side and slightly crank them up to bring up the bottom of slide an inch.this i think would level it off.or would this put unnecessary strain on the cables?? can anyone help me out here.desperate!!!!
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Hi There,

We have an older style slide with two geared rods underneath that push/pull the slide. Fully extended, our slide does lean down a bit. I think that is by design and helps with pulling it back in. Also, our slide has flanges that butt up against the interior walls when extended to seal everything up. If I were to jack the slide up, it would strain those interior flanges and could cause damage.
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Yeah ,good thinkin,the dealer says that its the way its designed.b ut it just dont look right.
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Have you looked at other Aerolite 294 models? That seems to me the quickest way to determine whether yours is off or it is "by design" Dealers will say most anything to get on to the next sale...
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Have you looked at other Aerolite 294 models? That seems to me the quickest way to determine whether yours is off or it is "by design" Dealers will say most anything to get on to the next sale...
Very good point. Had a "slide issue" with my Aerolite. Still under warranty, the dealer service manager said it was within tolerance. But got worse over the next year. Over the next 2-1/2 years I have run into two others with the same model and year who had the same slide issue.

Be nice to get something in writing stating your RV has had a slide issue right off the bat.
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