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Old 07-25-2019, 05:10 PM   #15
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YES... I would like to REDUCE the travel by 1/8".

I also PM "AzPete" and hope he can help us all with this information.

Note: I examined the support beam and it does show a little bending. This may account for 1/16". But when I am inside the coach, it looks like the extension on the galley end of the slide is out too far by 1/8".

My slide operation is fine. But I'm thinking there is a of of unwanted sidewall pressure created by the big slideout extending too far.

Hopefully, AzPete can help us out with an easy fix. And maybe there is a simple adjustment I can do by crawling inside the cargo area from the passenger side of the coach? TBD.
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