Winnebagos do not have slide locks (at least I have not seen any with them). The hydraulics is what holds/locks them in.
Some have a small strap that hooks to the living room slide and the floor to keep the top of the slide from tipping out a little on sharp right turns. The strap is in no way a "slide lock".
I think I used mine once and put it in the pocket behind the front seat ever since.
Tom - you are right - had senior moment there...boy I hate it when that happens....LOL
Can't imagine a slide coming out while driving though - that would literally scare me to death!
Lost my awning once in my previous coach, passing a truck on the Ohio Turnpike - that was fun too...just after my heart transplant and had to climb the ladder and put 60mph tape on the pieces that were left. Very shakey for the old guy.
Tom "Rocket Heart" Emahiser
No RV at the present time.
I have had the front slide work it's way out about a inch when I saw it in the mirrow. I had a leaking ram on the back slide at that time. That should not have made a problem to the front slide. I just had the rear ram replaced and on my trip to GNR I will be watching. For me I have had just about every problem with my hydralic that you can think of. It started out in 04 when I purchased the coach new and not stopped.
Our 2007 Adventurer slides creep out when the unit is in storage for awhile, which is likely low fluid or a solenoid, which we had on the previous model. Will have it chcked when we get to Forest City in two weeks.