Hey Brit, thought I would let you know it wasn't me either all tho it was raining here.
I was napping about the time you passed I guess. Next time blow your horn or have your naviguesser roll the window down & wave.
By the way why we are talking on the subject ??
Look under your large bump-out at the rear, there is a "DUST CUP" over the large piston the ele motor drives the bump out. The dust cup has a large nut on it that adjust the distance the bump-out travels in and out.
Does your dust cup have a "jam" nut against the large nut on the dust cup? I had been noticing the rear of the bump-out did not close as far in as the front at the gasket surface, about 1/2". The dust cover act as a "STOP" for the piston, but is loose as a goose when the bump-out is open.
Not tight at all, can be turned by hand. This determines how far the room travels at the rear in and out. It should have a "jam" nut or a "CLIP" pin in a hole to prevent the cup from moving.
And on you question about the 5ver passing going the other way, after I thought about it, couldn't have been me, I'm pretty sure now
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