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Old 08-11-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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can a slide be adjusted ?

On my 2006 fleetwood discovery 39L the big slide on the passenger side is a little out of aligment, the slide that as the kitchen and the fridge If you look at It from the outside the left uper corner is a bit to the left I need to lift the left lower corner and lower the right lower to shift the all slide clock wise, Im talking about a small amout but Its enough to pull out the wiper gasket on the left side uper corner, is It possible to make that adjustment? thanks in advance Joe.
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Joe, the slide out can be adjusted but you will need to adjust, not only the outside but also the inside, to keep from twisting the slide out room. There are adjustment slots and bolts on the rams attached to the outside wall under the room. When dropping or raising the floor line you will need to also do the same on the inside floor on this end of the room. You probably have rollers that may not be easily adjustable but putting down a slide out slider (flat nylon pad) that the roller can roll up onto the floor on the end that needs raising can accomplish the task. How mechanically minded and capable are you with understanding what is difficult to describe?
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Joe, the slide out can be adjusted but you will need to adjust, not only the outside but also the inside, to keep from twisting the slide out room. There are adjustment slots and bolts on the rams attached to the outside wall under the room. When dropping or raising the floor line you will need to also do the same on the inside floor on this end of the room. You probably have rollers that may not be easily adjustable but putting down a slide out slider (flat nylon pad) that the roller can roll up onto the floor on the end that needs raising can accomplish the task. How mechanically minded and capable are you with understanding what is difficult to describe?
I worked for BMW for ten years as a master tech I'm mechanical inclined but I never did such a thing maybe I will call fleetwood and ask for instructions but thanks for the help. Joe
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OK, Good luck and keep us posted.
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