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Old 06-15-2009, 12:17 PM   #1
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Slide out noise

I have a 2006 scottsdale and when I push the main side out at the end of the travel I hear a crack nosie just before it stops, like its at the end of its travel, maybe I should grease the wheels and steels sides does anyone think this would help.
I have only own this unit for a year and 1/2 and still learning things about all of it.

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contains a pdf download for adjusting slide mechanisms, just locate your brand and begin the download. I wouldn't use anything sticky or greasy on the mechanism, it combines with road dirt and grime forming a crude grinding compound. I use "Dri-Slide", a quick-drying graphite compound. There are other speciality products made for this purpose.
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