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Old 06-07-2013, 01:41 PM   #31
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I used 2" pipe insulation to keep the awning from rubbing on the kitchen slide, more as a precaution than any actual experience. Don't do what I did however, remember to take the pipe insulation off BEFORE you close the slide.....
Ours is technically a 2014, and yes the latch system still has yet to be proven over time. I will say this, my wife is only 5'3" and those new latches do allow her to close the bunkend easer and they APPEAR to be better designed, time will tell.
I don't think I have any pictures showing the slide with the pipe insulation, I'll look if I find some I'll post them
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Old 06-16-2013, 08:16 AM   #32
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I would suggest getting some of those swimming noodles and use like three of them. It would make for a good Storage space to keep them anyway.
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