No broke gears or teeth on the rail. Swapped the gear packs to just check if there is any wear.
It still jumps when the slide is 6" to 12" from the wall. Noticed the tubing is rising up in that time as the slide is getting in the camper. The top part has a bow in it that the other does not.
Would a strap of metal to strengthen the tubing work. This is the first camper I had with slides.
The is the problem slide.
The opposing slide with no issues.
I have timed the slide with RV tech but they didn't stay very long and once the slide start out far enough the weight of the slide keeps it in the gears fine. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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