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Old 04-20-2020, 07:19 AM   #1
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Slide out Motor...

I have a 2004 Alpine Avalanche Motor Home. Does anybody know what type of Slide Out Motor is put on these Motor Home? Unable to read the Information on the Motor and do not have a Owners Manual.
It is the Left front Slide Out.
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This could be a challenge...as you may know...the Avalanche was a very low production run for WRV....early Alpines had an electric slide but none have been used since the 1999 model....hopefully, someone will chime in with some help....
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I have no experience with your m/h but if you have the motor out I would take it to the oldest independent auto parts store (not a national chain) in your area and ask if they can help identity what you need. They may also be able to direct you to someone who could rebuild it for you. Good luck.
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Hello Tereza WRV used Power Gear for slide outs on the Avalanche and on my 2001 Alpine closet slide and step cover. I am sure they used them non other Alpines including the Gen Slide.
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