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Old 03-22-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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Sofa drawer

I have a 2012 8289WS. The left slide for the drawer under the sofa came apart and littered little ball bearings all over the trailer. I can not find the sofa Manufacturer to order a new one. Does anyone know who makes this hide-a-bed sofa or where I can get the same slide. I tried to order replacements online but the holes do not line up. I can drill new holes but prefer not to if not needed.
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:33 PM   #2
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My right side drawer slide did that in my rockwood 8282ws. Found out that a sofa leg had punched thru floor and twisted the sofa causing the drawer to be in a bind. FR repaired everything for me free at the Goshen rally last year. I'm sorry I don't remember seeing a label anywhere. Maybe you can call forest river for advice. They have contact numbers on this forum.
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Old 04-01-2015, 02:56 PM   #3
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I have a 2012 8289WS. The left slide for the drawer under the sofa came apart and littered little ball bearings all over the trailer. I can not find the sofa Manufacturer to order a new one. Does anyone know who makes this hide-a-bed sofa or where I can get the same slide. I tried to order replacements online but the holes do not line up. I can drill new holes but prefer not to if not needed.

Mine did the same thing. I cut the front off the drawer and attached it with two hinges like the other side. THose slide rails are a pain in the rear considering the bumping the camper takes.
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Thanks for your reply. I bought heavier duty sliders. I just need to drill new holes. The replacements would probably break in a year or two anyway.
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