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2ndhom

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lanerd wrote:

Bruce3404 wrote:

Hmmm...better go out and get some silicone. To the best of my knowledge, the slide rails on my 17yo Rexhall have never been lubricated and it works fine.


It must be due to all the duck down floating around in the air there in Eugene.

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lanerd wrote:

Bruce3404 wrote:

Hmmm...better go out and get some silicone. To the best of my knowledge, the slide rails on my 17yo Rexhall have never been lubricated and it works fine.


It must be due to all the duck down floating around in the air there in Eugene.

Ron

ps.. go Beavers![/Goooo Ducks!]

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Hey, how ya like that there simba? I sher looks grate. Glad jew are enchoing the retiered gig.

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t6tpoli wrote:

Thanks everyone for your help...(especially the grammer lesson...being a recent retiree...it be real important that me speak good english lol). But seriously, being a newbie, I'm glad that my fellow RVers are willing to provide uselful advise.


Good... here's another grammar lesson: It's "grammar" not "grammer".....English not english, useful not uselful and last but not least, advice not advise.


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I sprayed my rails three days ago. Yesterday my wife brought the slides in and asked me if I had done something to them as they came in quieter and faster. It is a good thing to do.

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Thanks everyone for your help...(especially the grammer lesson...being a recent retiree...it be real important that me speak good english lol). But seriously, being a newbie, I'm glad that my fellow RVers are willing to provide uselful advise.

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JaBob wrote:

Before we start jumping up and down about an excessive charge to grease a slide, stop and think. We have a new owner here which may or may not understand what his service shop was saying. I pay $125 for a chasis lub and inspection which is probably what was quoted in this situation.

Bob

That is probably what happened. Unfortunatly some shops charge that much because of people that have the shops do it and something down the road happens to that item, (in this case the slide out)people will bring it back to the shop that lubed the slide and say something happened to the slide and the shop broke something when doing it. So now the $110 is used to have (warranty) work done. Weather we like it or not this is what happens, they have to cover their butts. It's even worse in the aircraft industry..


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I thought grammer was the one who did the cooking and gramper was the one who worked in the barn all day.


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luv the simba...jsut wisht it were biger. Yep, jus cant beet 'tirement.

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Before we start jumping up and down about an excessive charge to grease a slide, stop and think. We have a new owner here which may or may not understand what his service shop was saying. I pay $125 for a chasis lub and inspection which is probably what was quoted in this situation.

Bob

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