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Old 05-20-2017, 12:30 PM   #1
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Any suggestions pro or con? Looking at a 2018 model. Wife is concerned large side might lean.
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I have a 2017 Quantum 31S with the superslide. We haven't had any issues with leaning or instability when the slide is opened. We just follow the instructions and do not open the slide unless the leveling system is down. Their is very little weight that is added to the slide when it is opened on ours as the only thing that may be outside of the truck chassis is part of the dinette.
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I have a 2017 Quantum 31S with the superslide. We haven't had any issues with leaning or instability when the slide is opened. We just follow the instructions and do not open the slide unless the leveling system is down. Their is very little weight that is added to the slide when it is opened on ours as the only thing that may be outside of the truck chassis is part of the dinette.
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We have a Quantum ws31 2017. Haven't had any lean issues. The factory rep.even said that the levelers didn't even need to be down if we were fairly level.
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