We purchased our 2009 Cherokee Grey Wolf 28BH a couple months ago and have been out twice in it with no problems.
We were washing it up today for Memorial Day weekend and noticed a problem. When we purchased the TT, we had the dealer install a slide cover. Now, one of the brackets for the cover is coming loose. I am sending the dealership some pictures and will see what they say, but I also wanted the opinion of everyone here.
I am attaching some pictures of the bracket. It is the rear bracket on the slide awning. I figure that the screw holes are probably stripped out now and its just not as simple as screwing it back in.
I am afraid if I try to pull it anywhere, it might make it worse.
Looks like they just screwed the fasteners into the aluminum siding. That's almost no support. John has a good idea if it winds up being in a cabinet or somewhere else it can be hidden. Another alternative would be to use very short expanding anchors in the existing holes.
If it were me and the dealer was very far out of the way, or couldn't get to it, I'd take John's suggestion and get a couple of long bolts and oversized washers and thru-bolt it for this trip. Then I'd let the dealer finish the repair when we got back.
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Looks like the Liquid Nails didnt work....and I think your only fix will be like what is suggested above...longer screws, because if you get larger screws to replace the existing ones, the holes will be larger.....Im actually surprised they used Liquid Nail....I replaced my dads, and all we used was caulking. Good luck
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