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Old 11-27-2022, 01:24 PM   #1
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Slide Cable Management

2014 Bounder 34T The cable tray that carries the cables from my living room slide to the coach body has broken in 2 places. It is about 6 inches wide and 36 inches long. It is a flexible plastic with the cables tied to it. Any ideas on a source to acquire a replacement? Or plastic to use?
I've rigged a fix from the material of tote box lid but it is temporary at best. Thanks
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They are sourced by Lippert.

Google "Lippert wire guides" and you will find them.

They come with the flat wire guide and some accessories that are typically obsolete, but you mainly want just the flexible plastic guide.

Fleetwood just uses tie wraps to secure the wiring harness to the perforated holes ( where they usually over time) on most of their coaches.

I've replaced mine and you can cut them down to the length you need for your coach.

Hope this helps.

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Thank you. I'll look them up.
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