Our drop down table in our Class C seems to always squeek when we are driving and it can be quite annoying. I drop it down when I cannot stand it anymore but this is inconvenient.
I did spray the two bayonet like metal tabs that slide into the wall brackets with silicone spray and this helped for awhile but it is not a permanent solution.
I was wondering if anyone has come up with some better ways to stop the table squeek problem?
I was thinking that something like some thin silicone type sleeves that could fit over the table tabs and into the wall brackets would be a possible solution. Wonder if anyone makes anything like that?
What suggestsions are out there? Appreciate any and all suggestions.
A good source of this material is "One Gallon" water jugs.
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2005 Four Winds 29Q
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The milk jug wedges sounds like a clever solution. Will give it a try.. Thanks... Prefer to keep the table in the up position if we can as it is more convenient for when we stop or when someone wants to sit in the nook area, etc... Thanks again for the suggestions.... John S.
I tried a number of things to stop the squeak including wedges. The wedges worked but I was always losing the wedges when I put the table down to make the bed. I ended up gluing compressible foam strips to the back edge of the table. So far so good.