Slide out travel lock
I was just watching a few YouTube videos about slide out issues and how to diagnose them. Pretty interesting and worth looking at depending on your type of slide out so that you know what to do when it happens to you.
Anyway, the biggest thing I learned is that if I needed to manually push in my slide by disconnecting the motor (Schwintek type) I need to secure or lock the slide prior to traveling. I never would have thought of this and wouldnít be prepared to do this.
Later today I am going to measure the length between the slide and wall and cut a 2x4 to fist. Paint it up so my kids or wife donít burn it in the fire 🤣 and throw in a few shims in case.
I thought this was interesting and havenít came across it in past threads. Hope it helps others be prepared.
Letís go camping!