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  • Using Slide couch

    Hi Folks,

    Is it safe to use a slideout couch when the slide is closed (slid in)? I am almost sure that yes, but better to check

    I am a pretty heavy guy, 350 lb, and my wife is about 140 lb, it is why I am asking

    Thank you
    2020 25W -> 2019 Tundra 1794

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    You are perfectly safe using the couch and/or table & chairs with the slide extended or retracted.

    Where you could run into issues, is using the slide when it's not fully extended.
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    • #3
      Thank you!
      2020 25W -> 2019 Tundra 1794

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      • #4
        Our dealer said the same thing as Dave said.
        He did say don't step on the edge when the slide is in.

        I had some old door jams that I cut into three three foot lengths to put under the edge in case we did step.
        Covered them in fabric to not scratch the floor and good to go.
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