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Old 04-09-2016, 09:46 PM   #11
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You are correct the Sun Seekers have two different slides. Schwintek on the bed room and wardrobe slides and the lippert on the dinette slide.


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Old 04-10-2016, 01:19 AM   #12
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Lippert makes Schwintek. Just sayin'.


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Old 04-10-2016, 06:22 AM   #13
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The Schwintek slides on the BD & Wardrobe,,,
look like a real PITA to move manually !!!


I can only hope they last longer than I do !!!
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Hi Guys . Your are correct. The u tube videos that I have seen look like they are not to difficult to move in when the motors are disconnected. The interesting part of the video was they had a 2 x 4 that they placed between the front of the slide (the frame around it) that fit to the wall of the unit to not let them slide out when one was on the road. So it appeared they were pretty free sliding.




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Hi Guys . Your are correct. The u tube videos that I have seen look like they are not to difficult to move in when the motors are disconnected. The interesting part of the video was they had a 2 x 4 that they placed between the front of the slide (the frame around it) that fit to the wall of the unit to not let them slide out when one was on the road. So it appeared they were pretty free sliding.




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I wonder if hooking the motors back up would hold slide in ???
Our old Flagstaff had a Super Slide,,, that came with Slide Locks !!!
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