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Old 09-10-2012, 08:44 AM   #1
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Question slide out sagging

i have a 2005 sun seeker 3100, the slide out is sagging and rubbing on the motor. i would like to know how to adjust the slide out. to make sure the bottow closes tight and even with the top,
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Old 09-10-2012, 08:51 AM   #2
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i have a 2005 sun seeker 3100, the slide out is sagging and rubbing on the motor. i would like to know how to adjust the slide out. to make sure the bottow closes tight and even with the top,
There should be two bolts and slide plates under the slide out you'll have to loosen the slide plates bolts and then UN jamb the adjusting bolts then adjust to your liking.
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this isnt a fith wheel so i have compartments all along the side with a 4 inch curton filling the gap between slide and compartments. i can see 2 double nuted bolts that appear to adjust lift and right even movement but with the limited vision im having trouble seeing everything. can you give a better desciption of size or location of the bolts
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Old 09-10-2012, 09:48 AM   #4
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this isnt a fith wheel so i have compartments all along the side with a 4 inch curton filling the gap between slide and compartments. i can see 2 double nuted bolts that appear to adjust lift and right even movement but with the limited vision im having trouble seeing everything. can you give a better desciption of size or location of the bolts
As I don't have your make or model the adjusting portion normally remains the same.
I'd take a pic and show you but I'm at work (cough cough kinda)
Maybe dunnnc can take a pic of his adjusters so at least you know what your looking for .


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this isnt a fith wheel so i have compartments all along the side with a 4 inch curton filling the gap between slide and compartments. i can see 2 double nuted bolts that appear to adjust lift and right even movement but with the limited vision im having trouble seeing everything. can you give a better desciption of size or location of the bolts
Are these the adjustments you're referring too?
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Old 09-10-2012, 10:50 AM   #6
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Are these the adjustments you're referring too?
First second and third photo

See in the first and second photo were yours had been adjusted before.
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Are these the adjustments you're referring too?
Last photo is to adjust in and out adjustments.
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Also adjust in small increments.
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:16 PM   #10
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the photos are clear but this slider does not have those components. if i had a camera i would like to show you what i see. thank you both for your help. next time i hope things are smoother
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