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Old 05-04-2010, 07:43 AM   #1
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Default 2002 hi-lo 3302S slide-out

Hi

Just purchased this unit- my 3rd hilo so far & love them all-

My manual does not show any maintenance on the slide-out but it seems slow & the motor seems under an unusual load. The upper tracks are designed like a drawer slide w/ ball bearings & look like they have never been lubed. Also the lower slide just seems like a box-tube in a box tube (looks like a lot of friction there).

The only zerk fitting I found was on the motor gears itself located under the trailer.

Anybody have one & is there any maintenance on these slide-outs?
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Default 23/w slideout

as you look things over remember, if its vinyl or rubber to metal or fiberglass, it needs silicone spray. if its metal to metal even hinges it needs grease or wd 40. just a rule of thumb
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