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Old 05-14-2016, 10:03 AM   #1
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slideout hydraulics

the rubber hydraulic hose has a twist/kink in it and i think it may be because i had the rod that goes through the frame to the slide-out that supports the electrical and hose replaced... i think the serviceman routed the hose wrong that made it kink, so i need to find out if the hose that connects to the frame should be looped over the rod and that's connected to the junction at the outer slide or zip tied to the nylon sliders on the rod...
i hope i didn't confuse anyone with my description, but i'm not moving this camper until i can have this hose replaced, and if the repairman hung this hose wrong, he'll be donating time to replace a hose.

the way he has it now he zip tied the hose to the bottom of the nylon sliders and when retracted it kinks the hose..

and pics or diagrams would be helpful....many thanks.

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Old 05-22-2016, 09:51 AM   #2
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112 views and nobody has and answer or pic ?

well darn, looks like i experiment and if i can't get it right, i'll tow it where i bought it and leave it there, it's been a pain since i bought it anyway.
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