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Old 07-25-2013, 04:23 PM   #1
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Slideout seal lube

I was told by someone that the reason my seal on my slide out keeps pulling out due to sticking to the slide out itself is because I need to oil it up????? What do you use to oil up the seals for the slide out? And while we are on the lube and oil topic..... What do you use on the scissor jacks? Mine are squeaky.
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Red can for slide rubber seals...Blue can for gears, jacks, etc..
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Red can for slide rubber seals...Blue can for gears, jacks, etc..
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Talcum powder will also work on slide out seals, just kinda messy putting it on and is hard to put on the top seal unless you just sprinkle it on the top and retract the slide and then extend it. Easier done when slide is retracted.
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Coot, you always have the best low budget suggestions.
I'm guessing Gold Bond only, Right?
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Coot, you always have the best low budget suggestions.
I'm guessing Gold Bond only, Right?
Hey now! Gold Bond ain't the cheap stuff!

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I'm guessing Gold Bond only, Right?
That's cuz I'm like FT Turbs in that respect, I'm a cheap a#$. I prefer Johnson's Baby Powder, smells good.
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