CountryB Posted December 12, 2019 Share Posted December 12, 2019 (edited) My 2005 Beaver has a room slide out that I think it is an SMC design (see the SMC brochure description below describing the slide). It has two large beams on the bottom that supports the room which slides on an internal beam/rail which goes through the frame. This is the front Roadside Slide. There are no floor rollers (I cant see/tell for sure) but it was said that it uses large Teflon blocks to ride on. It has a single hydraulic cylinder. There is a recessed "metal pan" that that the slide room drops into when the room is fully extended (sort of a flat floor design although the floor is still two inches or so above the coach floor). You can see this is the photo below of the interior. I think it is a modified Power Gear setup (although Power Gear uses electric motors). I searched all the Power Gear literature and the picture I posted below is the closest I could find. I'm not sure if that is what I have or not. Did SMC use Power Gear in the mid-2000's? I need info on the Teflon slides (I believe mine are worn or something else is worn) as the room rube the ceiling wood trim when it comes in. I would like to get some info on this mechanism (part numbers for Teflon slides) and whether or not there are rollers on the inside ends of the support tubes. Trying to figure out how to fix the problem of the top wood trim of slide room rubbing on the ceiling wood trim when the room is retracted. Edited December 12, 2019 by CountryB Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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