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Old 06-01-2023, 07:32 AM   #1
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RV Slide Seal Rip

Its me AGAIN! BTW, thank yall for all of your great feedback on my previous posts. Good information!

Sooo, when we drove up the other day, we noticed that the slide seal was hanging out. On further examination, it looks like the flap has ripped from the tube about a third of the way in the middle. Top and bottom are attached. Do we glue it as some folks suggested? It still goes in and out fine. This has been a $$ trip so far with repairs and our rig, Winnie Vista, is a 2018 with low mileage! Grrrr.

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I believe you will find what you need at a Steele Rubber Products. steelerubber.com
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I agree! I was able to replace every window gasket and all slide out rubbers in my rig last year through Steele Rubber.
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