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Old 08-17-2016, 12:06 PM   #1
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Replace slide out rollers citation 5th wheel

Hello all.

I have a 2005 Citation 5th wheel. The unit was stored under cover on the West Coast of BC and as a result of the dampness has some frame rust and rust on the slide out rails under the floor. The slide outs when used squeal and make a lot of noise. I have purchased the rollers and bearings etc but wonder if anyone has had any experience with replacing these? I would appreciate any advise.
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