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Old 09-07-2009, 10:40 AM   #1
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could use a little help

hey guys, i havent been here in quite some time. kinda got caught up in other things in life.
well i have a little problem and i thought there is no better place to go to for help than here so here i am.
i recently pulled my flagstaff travel trailer out to sturgis, sd for the bike rally and on the way out, i had a blow out. luckily i had very little damage but there is one issue i could use some help with. when the tire (front, drivers side of the rig) blew out, it ripped the wires outta the motor for my slide out. i havent really looked at the repairs until today cuz i just figured it would be easy to just run the wires right back into the motor and problem would be solved. well when i went out to take a look, i cant quite figure out how to remove the motor from the slide assembly to gain access to the power side of the motor.
any suggestions on the easiest way to get to this?
i guess the easiest way for me to get your responses to my question would be for u to just shoot me an email at krudedawg@windstream.net but i will also be trying to watch this thread for a coupla days.
thanks in advance for all the advice u guys can give.
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Old 09-07-2009, 11:16 AM   #2
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dont know if they will help but gonna try to post a few pics to give a better idea of what my motor assembly looks like.


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Hi, Kieth.

Not much info, but I hope it helps.

http://www.mteccorporation.com/downl...ersalslide.pdf
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THANKS MILZAT
this is the reason i love this forum... within no time Milzat showed up with the answer to all my worries lol.
the diagram helped alot. the bolt that removed the motor was looking like some kind of oil drain plug to me so i didnt think to remove it. after seeing the diagram, i removed the one bolt and the motor was off in my hand ready to be rewired.
thanks again
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Old 09-07-2009, 01:35 PM   #5
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Glad I could help, Keith.
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