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Old 01-03-2008, 11:15 AM   #15
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Have you ever brought in your slide and forgot to remove the air wedge?
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AirWedge user here......... Yes it is terrific. Ends problem of rain water causing large slide topper to sag. Also ends any slide topper wind flutter issues. Yes, close the slide with the AirWedge in place and that would kill the AirWedge. Note you place the AirWege under the slide topper when it is not inflated and you do need a pump of some sort to inflate it once you slide it under the slide topper. One Airwedge is all you need under your large slide topper. Again, YES, the AirWedge is terrific..
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How long is this air wedge?
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Were going to camping world today sounds just what I'm looking for,thanks.
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From reading the information on their web site, the air wedge is 8 foot long. The information says that is is good for a slide out of up to 14 foot.
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