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Old 04-23-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
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Unhappy Timber Ridge 260RLS

I have a new (2015) Timber Ridge which I purchased in 2014. The problem I have is the slide out floor appears to be bowed. This leaves the slide out floor to make minute marks on the lino floor.

Took the unit back to where I purchased it at and they saw no problem. Took it to another dlr and they don't see any problem but they are in communication with the factory.

The slide out rides on teflon blocks which I didn't know. Anyone have this problem with their 260rls?

Thx in advance!!


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Old 04-24-2015, 07:04 AM   #2
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Like yours, my slide floor rides on two teflon blocks, one on each side. They should have put one in the middle as well, as the middle of the floor bows down a bit. But not enough to scrape the trailer floor in my case.

Seems ORV should add more blocks during the build. To add one afterwards requires pulling out the slide I think. Sort of painful.
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