Originally Posted by Toy Haulin
I asked my dealer about them, and he told me they don't have to be in to travel. I wish someone who KNOWS could weigh in on them.
Well for my investment. It stands to reason that the manufacturer put them there for a reason. Secondly they take the pressure of the slide's tracks and the motor and shaft that drive the slide in and out while your bumping down the road. They take 10 seconds to install or remove, that's a lot less that it take to repair a slide track that's worked loose because the slide is bumping in and out going down the road. there are multiple threads that talk about repairing tracks on slide, and where slides jumped the tracks. I'm thinking these are headaches I don't need while I'm out trying to have fun. Anyway, these are just my immediate thoughts and mechanical intuition.