Originally Posted by Bama Rambler
We're both concerned about the same thing.
Have you checked the adjustment bolts to make sure they're all good and tight? That's what I'd check first.
Then I'd check the slide rails under the RV to make sure they're still firmly mounted in the frame.
I don't know the name of the parts but let me try to describe what I see.
The long gear driven bar (rail) that the adjusting bolts are on is firm and all is tight.
There is a tube alongside of it that has an adjustable metal boot or cone at the end of it. There is a lock nut against it to hold it in place. That nut was several threads away from it. It obviously had loosened. When the slide is pulled in that cone or boot is up against the frame. That tube also has quite a bit of play in it. I wonder if that is normal. Possibly something is loose behind the frame.
My daughter just had to have a slide rebuilt. She said the first evidence she had of a problem was the raised floor like I have now. She wishs she had looked into it when she first saw that. The rebuild was expensive. I guess I had better take it to someone.