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Old 02-29-2020, 10:38 AM   #1
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Generator slide out rollers

2008 Beaver with hydraulic slide out for generator. The supporting wheels, or casters are starting to fail.
Does anybody know where to source them?
Know of a reputable place to have them changed! (A little to heavy to deal with while full-time).
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Old 02-29-2020, 12:15 PM   #2
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Here's a recent post by CountryB
https://www.irv2.com/forums/f258/gen...0k-473561.html
You might message him to see if he got them fixed.
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Old 02-29-2020, 05:10 PM   #3
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Here's a recent post by CountryB
https://www.irv2.com/forums/f258/gen...0k-473561.html
You might message him to see if he got them fixed.
Thanks! Will do!
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Old 02-29-2020, 08:31 PM   #4
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Those look different than mine. The search continues. Hoping REV might help on Monday.
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Give these Guys a call...
https://www.beavercoachsales.com/par...lership--parts
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Mine have YCRS 20 stamped on them - lots of them pop up on a google search - take a look and see what you think. If these are right you can get them on line - or at a local bearing supply house.
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I poured gear oil on my bad ones and they are like new now...........
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I poured gear oil on my bad ones and they are like new now...........
I've oiled them in the past. They have a lot of slop now. Slide sometimes jams and won't go in.
I might try oil again. Thanks
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Mine were not salvageable. Replaced them with McGill CYR 1 1/4 Cam Yoke Roller (as in CYR). I have a picture of the new and old, and the box on this thread:

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/200...-412150-2.html

I had the generator out for repair when I did it so it was pretty easy. Can't get them all out while the slide is in the coach, but you probably could find a way to separate the generator and support it while pulling out the slide.
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Mine were not salvageable. Replaced them with McGill CYR 1 1/4 Cam Yoke Roller (as in CYR). I have a picture of the new and old, and the box on this thread:

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/200...-412150-2.html

I had the generator out for repair when I did it so it was pretty easy. Can't get them all out while the slide is in the coach, but you probably could find a way to separate the generator and support it while pulling out the slide.
Thanks! I'll take a look. Yes, it looks impossible to remove the forward 3 rollers without removing the tray and/or generator.
Using the app.... Grrrr links always go back to the same thread.
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Nope. Distaff those are smaller than mine. Wait... What?
June are about 2" or better.
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John - based on my experience I would crawl in with the genset slid forward and remove a rear one and get some measurements. They are standard parts, you only need to know the dimensions and if you google "cam yoke roller" and the dimensions you should find lots of suppliers, Grainger for one.
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I'll do that next stop. Way too hot and windy today.
I took one out once, put it back in. Wrote information down..... Don't remember where! Lol
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John - based on my experience I would crawl in with the genset slid forward and remove a rear one and get some measurements. They are standard parts, you only need to know the dimensions and if you google "cam yoke roller" and the dimensions you should find lots of suppliers, Grainger for one.
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