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Old 09-08-2011, 03:06 PM   #1
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Slide electrical wire support?

After nearly six years of frequent use, the device used on our 31LBHS to support the electrical wires going to the slide has broken.

On our rig, it's a molded piece of plastic a couple feet long with thicker ends allowing a bolt or piviot pin to be used to anchor the strip. The wires are tie wrapped to the strip and since it's flexible, it bends into a "U" shape when the slide is closed and straightens out when the slide is pushed out.

It broke in the middle sometime in the recent past and we lost about a 4" section of it. I have thought about making a sort of splint to connect the ends, but thought someone here might have had the problem and solved it or knows where and how to order a replacement.



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Old 09-08-2011, 05:47 PM   #2
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does it look anything like the bar below with the orange plastic around it?
on mine that is metal should be able to pick it up at an old fashoned hardware store.

this last one is not too good. if u look closely in the lower right corner and use a little imagination, u can see the round bar making a 90 degree turn and a carter pin run thru it.
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