Has anyone heard/read anything about supporting schwintech slides when when they are extended for long periods? I've not been able to find anything that adresses the subject.
I dont think I would try it. What would happen if the trailer supports started to sink and the supports on the slide did not? What would happen if the supports under the slide started to heave and the trailer stayed put? I would not do it. unless I was on concrete and I knew it was stable (the concrete pad) JMHO
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Goldenyears, that is my concern as well. However, considering how tempermental these slides can be im willing to try anything that will increase their overall reliability. Saw a palimono recently that was using them and it got me to thinking. Thanks for your insight.
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