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Old 05-12-2014, 03:47 PM   #1
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2004 Alpine passenger side vanity slide

We recently purchased a 2004 40' Limited with 3 slides. The 2 slides on the drivers side go all the way out until the interior trim is against the outside wall. The small passenger side seems to lack about 5" from going all the way out. The mechanism is different on that one though and it may be intentional. I can feel around back there and it seems to be hitting some threaded stops. There seems to be a "scissor" mechanism on the sides of this slide.

Does anyone know how for out this slide should travel? I'm getting ready to order a new topper fabric for it and want to be sure I'm not short-changing it. (pun intended)

Thanks, Tim

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Old 05-12-2014, 06:28 PM   #2
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YUP--if the threaded rods are hitting the stops, your silde is fully extended. Lots of new owners have asked--same answer: its working! 40ft--open the back closet slide door for a better look.....

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