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Old 09-25-2022, 05:19 PM   #1
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Slide out Plastic Glides

I have noticed that the waist trim is not lining up at the front of my large slide. Further inspection indicates that the plastic that guides and allows inner arm to slide in ant out of the outer arm are missing at the front of the slide. I have attached two pictures one is of the front, with no plastic glides and one of of the rear with the plastic glides. I cannot find these parts in my IPB and wonder of they are an HWH part item.


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Old 10-24-2022, 06:19 PM   #2
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I cannot find these parts in my IPB and wonder of they are an HWH part item.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
Yes, you get these from HWH. Your real problem is that the bottom glide seems to be gone.

They are not that hard to replace if you are hamdy and have a floor jack.

The picture shows what mine looked like when I replaced them.
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Old 11-02-2022, 02:50 PM   #3
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Depending on which version slide mechanism your rig has, it will either be quite simple or it will be VERY involved. Some units have access to be able to replace these glide pieces pretty easily, ones like in my rig do not have the access and the entire mechanism has to be removed to service them. Some years ago the rearward glide fell apart and I was able to make my own glides from a sheet of UHMW Polyethylene and install them mostly following a guide that someone had written, I think over on IRV2, without removing any of the mechanism.
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