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Old 06-10-2016, 11:46 AM   #1
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Slide out on 2017 sunseeker 2400WS MBS

Just curious after reading several posts on the slideout bottom rail closest to the drivers door. Only one screw was used and the other 3 holes in the rail where never drilled. I have read this in several posts. Is this for a reason? Just wondering. Everyone seems to think this was a mistake and drills holes and puts in screws. That is when all the problems start with alignments and faults on motors etc. Human nature would say oh there are holes in the rails but they missed drilling them and the slide might fall so they drill the holes and put screws in. Can one of the FR techs answer if it is suppose to be that way? Thanks. BTW the FR guys have been great answering questions for us.
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