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Old 08-22-2016, 09:49 AM   #31
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Man vs Squeek

Mouhahhahahahahahah.....I win, at least a little.

I finally killed the moist annoying side window squeek, creak, crack using pure silicone spray. I sprayed the track and seal all around the side window, then slid the window back and forth to spread it.

I love pure silicone spray, it dries completely, doesn't attract dirt, and conditions the rubber.

I can't believe how well it worked.
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Old 08-24-2016, 05:26 PM   #32
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Thanks Mike! That's next on my list. Rig is going back to factory next week for slide work. They found a bent slide frame while replacing a seal, at Goshen. They're going to do the bed slide fix while they're at and anything else they find.


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Old 08-24-2016, 07:57 PM   #33
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Thanks Mike! That's next on my list. Rig is going back to factory next week for slide work. They found a bent slide frame while replacing a seal, at Goshen. They're going to do the bed slide fix while they're at and anything else they find.


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Yikes! How do they figure it happened? Was it the bed slide?
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It was the front slide. They said it looks like the slide shifted in the opening and the top cable bracket caught the frame and bent it. Luckily it didn't gouge into the sidewall like they usually do.


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Old 08-25-2016, 05:39 AM   #35
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Mouhahhahahahahahah.....I win, at least a little.

I finally killed the moist annoying side window squeek, creak, crack using pure silicone spray. I sprayed the track and seal all around the side window, then slid the window back and forth to spread it.

I love pure silicone spray, it dries completely, doesn't attract dirt, and conditions the rubber.

I can't believe how well it worked.
Will have to try this. Years ago on our 1st GT I sprayed lube around the edge of the picture tube on the TV above the driver to stop the creaking noise. Only had to do it once.
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