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Post Info TOPIC: Slide out indentations

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Slide out indentations

We have a new 5th wheel.  We are getting ‘track marks’, (indentations) from the slide out on entertainment side.  Is this normal.  Is there something I can buy to put on the floor to protect it. (I only see the plastic runners for carpet and these will not work on laminate.) Should this be happening on a new rig?

Terri Ecker

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I don't think this should happen, unfortunately we've seen this happen to a friend's RV. Their solution was a desk chair mat, bought at Office Depot, stays in place when the slide comes in, they found they needed 2 of them and then stored them behind the couch when stopped.


FT - July 2013


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