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Old 11-18-2011, 10:06 PM   #1
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5th Wheel Front Cap Slideout

I wonder if the new front cap slideout from CrossRoads RV will catch on:



http://rvdailyreport.com/news/id/167...-in-louisville

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It might depend on if the front cap slide could be extended or not when the rig is still hooked up to the TV.
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That is a intresting concept, I would worry about water leaks due to the angle of the opening and the slide mechanisim and seal system.
Do not know what the interior layout of the package is either.
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snip.........I would worry about water leaks due to the angle of the opening .........snip
That was the first thing that crossed my mind.

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So with a front slide I am thinking there will not be one on the side of the bedroom. I see a looong skinny bedroom.
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