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Old 04-10-2015, 08:33 PM   #1
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Slide outs scratching floor.

Hi Folks:

My 2007 Monaco Executive has begun scratching the hardwood floor with the front edge of the side when both slides are retracted. My searching has not found anything that seems to guide me as to how it fix it.

Ideas or suggestions?

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You probably have slide leveler adjusting bolts under the sink and possibly under the couch. The sink will have a false bottom giving access to the adjusters. This info my not be specific to your coach so do a forum search for "slide adjusters". Some one will be along with info on your coach. Keep checking back....
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If it is the driver's side front slide, we use two pieces of vinyl flooring and lay them down perpendicular to the slide fairly near the middle. That big slide is unsupported in the middle and it tends to droop a bit. We had our floor replaced with wood with Ernie Ekberg and that is standard procedure. Also I believe there is a specific item made for that application on Amazon, slide slipper or something like that. We had the vinyl flooring laying around and it does the trick.
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Oh, and if it is the passenger or galley slide then you just need to adjust the slide rollers to raise the slide a bit.
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We have a 2013 HR ENDEAVOR that was scratching the tile floor. The long slides were sagging when they were brought in. I could have brought it back to factory to straighten them but on advice of a friend who is a certified RV mechanic we put 24 x 60 rugs under where they were rubbing problem solved. We have 2 on road side slide and one on the passenger side.
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If it is the driver's side front slide, we use two pieces of vinyl flooring and lay them down perpendicular to the slide fairly near the middle. That big slide is unsupported in the middle and it tends to droop a bit. We had our floor replaced with wood with Ernie Ekberg and that is standard procedure. Also I believe there is a specific item made for that application on Amazon, slide slipper or something like that. We had the vinyl flooring laying around and it does the trick.
I saw what I think you are referring to on ebay. They were called slide slickers. Looks like they would work.

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