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Old 06-12-2019, 01:34 PM   #1
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Slides noise after sofa u pgrade

Just installed Thomas Payne Seismic theater seating in our 2016 Flagstaff 26FKWS. It seems that the slides creaks a bit more, particularly when we get in or out of the chairs.

On theory is that where the old sofa had one each rails, the new chairs have four one inch feet. I figure this concentrates the weight on a smaller area. I'm thinking of putting quarter inch wood squares under the feet to distribute the weight over a larger area, or removing the feet.

Anyone encounter this or have other ideas?
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Old 06-12-2019, 01:37 PM   #2
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Just installed Thomas Payne Seismic theater seating in our 2016 Flagstaff 26FKWS. It seems that the slides creaks a bit more, particularly when we get in or out of the chairs.

On theory is that where the old sofa had one each rails, the new chairs have four one inch feet. I figure this concentrates the weight on a smaller area. I'm thinking of putting quarter inch wood squares under the feet to distribute the weight over a larger area, or removing the feet.

Anyone encounter this or have other ideas?
Pardon the typos. Doesn't look like I can edit my post. Meant to say

One theory and one inch rails
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