Originally Posted by compint
How hard would it be to pull? The dealer said they would pull it and take it to a hydraulics hose shop also. I assume most of the $700 is for labor at $90 per hour. I can see where it goes into the floor of the slide out but its solid with foam insulation around etc. If I cut that out around, will it pull out easily?
You should be able to pull it thru the insulation. If you do it yourself, when you thread the new one thru the insulation, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A PLUG IN BOTH ENDS OF THE NEW HOSE TO PREVENT GETTING DEBRIS IN THE NEW HOSE.
Also, it would be good if you tie a strong cord/wire on the old hose that is long enough to use to pull the new hose back the same route as the old.