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  1. zmotorsports
    Thanks for the comments Walter.


    I've had to rebuild the cylinders on my curbside slide which means I pulled them out the street side. They were a pain but doable and not much clearance at all. If memory serves I extended it and placed some blocking underneath in which to use my floor jack and porta-power to slightly raise the slide enough to slip the cylinder past the lower trim.
    Good luck as they are far from a fun project.
    Mike
  2. wamcneil
    02-22-2019 02:48 PM
    wamcneil
    Hi Mike,
    Thanks for all the great information and youtube videos. As soon as I get past my current project I think I'll follow your guides and install guardian plates.
    I have the same coach; 2003 Dynasty 42. And I'm hoping you can give me some advice on the slide-out hydraulics.
    Have you had to get into yours?
    Two of my cylinders are leaking. I'm having trouble removing the Road-side cylinders. They come out the Curb side, and there's not enough clearance for them to come out under the Curb-side slide.
    Have you had occasion to pull yours out? Could you give me some pointers on how to jack up the Curb-side slide in order to gain enough clearance for the cylinders to eek out? I'm really hoping I don't have to cut the bottom of the slide for clearance.
    I started a thread in the Monaco owner's forum this morning.
    Thanks Walter McNeil
    PS- I am incredibly jealous of your shop.

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