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Old 09-07-2014, 09:28 PM   #11
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Here is a picture of my 2012 378 rubber under slide.
Hope this helps a little in identifying what should be there.
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Old 09-07-2014, 09:33 PM   #12
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Thanks Iggy.. Yours looks like it's held on with a bracket ( is your a hydraulic slide ?) I have similar recess ( mine is cable driven with rollers) looks like mine was glued on ..
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Old 09-14-2014, 08:37 PM   #13
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Sorry no pics.. But bottom of slide behind rollers . Looks like something was glued there that wiped / sealed upward against bottom of slide.. You would need a a light to look in that area ..
While re-attaching the wipers on the front slide I remembered reading this post and looked closer on the bottom of the slide. There is a wiper further in behind the rollers on mine. Don't know how I could ever get to it to wipe with silicone spray but there is one in there I had never noticed. Didn't know exactly where you were trying to describe until re-reading your post just now. Will try to get a pic for you but might be difficult due to the location. Will also check the back slide.
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Cjd10.. If you could snap a few pics for me it would be really appreciated...trying to figure out what keeps it from rolling in when retracting slide.... Thanks again..
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I tried to take a pic of my wiper seal after reading these post. As CJ says mine is located behind the rollers towards interior if coach. Hope this helps.

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Old 09-15-2014, 09:57 AM   #16
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Thanks For the pic ..

Hard to see but Looks like it's right up against the rear bulkhead and the seal lip itself is just laid flat against bottom of slide.. Am I correct ?? What keeps it from getting pulled the other way when you close it? .. Seems I always have to unjam a seal either on the outside or inside ...( part of seal gets pulled in when closing and stays that way when opened )..
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I believe it's attached on the interior side of the lower outside wall. As slide goes in or out the seal lays to that particular direction. If slide wasn't there seal would stand straight up, vertical. I guess they moved it at some time from exterior to interior in same wall during newer model years.


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