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Old 02-08-2003, 08:21 AM   #1
jimnkaran
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Slide out supports

Got the new owners manual and was really shocked to read in there that they do recommend putting supports under your slideouts!! I have been told by everyone I have ever talked to not to do that. The dealers that I questioned even said not to do it. If you were to have a tire go flat while sitting with the support under the slide you could put a lot of weight on the slide and twist or break some major stuff. Anyone else have an opinion on this. I checked on several other forums and could not find anyone that recommends it and several Manufacturers that say don't do it.

Jim n Karan
97 Chevy 2500, ext cab, long bed, 454
2003 3655FL 3 slide
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