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Old 06-15-2009, 11:40 PM   #1
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correct slide adjustment on a 2003 wildwood 29 BHSS

Hello forest river owners.

I'm new to this forum and forest river rv's. I've recently picked up a 2003 wildwood 29 BHSS with what looks to be a Lippert slide mechinism. I have some questions about the slide. I've done a search and picked up some good info , but none that directly answered the question I have.

When the slide is extended about 2' should it be level?
To get mine to seal good at the top when closed ( transport mode) the slide when extended about 2' is a good bit closer to the top of the camper than the bottom. When I fully extend it the bottom fully extends a little before the top. Then the top kind of rocks over and every thing seems good square and slightly angled away from the trailer.

If I adjust it to where it is level going in and out it doesn't seem to seal good at the top when closed.

Can someone help me out.

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Old 06-16-2009, 08:37 AM   #2
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The slide on our GS is a sofa slide and the top and bottom never go out or in the same. The top always leans out coming and going. This is normal for this type slide. I don't know if your Wildwood has the same type but I'm sure someone that has one will chime in.
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