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Old 10-10-2015, 11:19 AM   #21
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I just returned from the factory and they have made modifications and are solving the problems with the Schwintek slideouts. In fact a Rver there had gone to Schwintek in Indiana and they couldn't fix the problem but Winnebago did.

On my coach Winnebago added rollers and redid the slideout mechanisms.

In my estimation I think Schwintek needs to add bearings to the shaft so that it doesn't move while running down the road.
I also think the Power gear system will work great too.
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