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Old 05-10-2015, 08:43 PM   #1
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Puma slideout adjustment

Puma slideout adjustment

Hi guys,
I'm after some advise on how to adjust my slide on at 2013 Puma 259rbss. I am in Ireland so I can't just call into my local RV dealer to have this done. The slide is not going out far enough on one side at the bottom. It's going out fine on the side the stop can it fitted to. I appreciate you will probably need more so just reply and I'll try to answer as best I can.

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Old 05-10-2015, 09:57 PM   #2
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Knowing nothing about Puma, or even recently built RVs, have a read here:

Bummed out: Slide room out of alignment...

That's my journey through slide room adjustment!!
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Old 05-10-2015, 10:02 PM   #3
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You have an electric through the frame slide on your camper. Here's a link to the LCI manual, the adjustments are covered... http://lci1.com/assets/content/suppo...ideout-web.pdf


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You have an electric through the frame slide on your camper. Here's a link to the LCI manual, the adjustments are covered... http://lci1.com/assets/content/suppo...ideout-web.pdf


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Hi Dave thanks for that, sorry for being thick but if the slide is already tight on the side the actuator is on do I adjust this side in roughly back in the same amount as the other so when I send the side out they both will go out the full amount?
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If the slide is already tight on the actuator end you need to adjust the opposite side slotted bolts to make it the same. See figure 6 on page 10. There'll be slotted bolts on the top of the tube on the non-actuator side.

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If the slide is already tight on the actuator end you need to adjust the opposite side slotted bolts to make it the same. See figure 6 on page 10. There'll be slotted bolts on the top of the tube on the non-actuator side.

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thanks Dave I'll give this a go.
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