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Previous owner let coach sit for quite a while. The floor is mush in a few areas. Slide seals have been replaced and I will document the reconstruction process. This can happen to anyone with slides and will be an opportunity for the community to learn how to do this repair.
Mineral Wells, Texas
OKay, I know this is a very old thread but I felt it was relative and could probably use a "bump" since we are heading into the storage season for a lot of folks. I always check my slides in or out to make sure they are sealed and tight. I discovered that I have a timing issue in the drive system on my front (aftermarket) slide checking them before coming home last time. Thank goodness I am familiar with gearing and timed drive systems.