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Old 02-19-2019, 03:55 PM   #1
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Mystery part ID

Just pulled in and set up our Precept 31ul on a cross country trip (all is well, runs great, having fun) BUT I looked down on the floor and found a mystery part. Would love to send it back to its home but am unsure where that is. My best guesses are that itís a guide wheel the fits in the track of the drop down bunk or a guide wheel under the dinette slide. Iíd appreciate any guidance on where it belongs and what might be necessary to get it back in place.
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Old 02-19-2019, 04:20 PM   #2
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Looks like the slide wheels for a pocket door
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Old 02-19-2019, 05:20 PM   #3
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Iím with Klassic. Looks like itís from a pocket door. Do you have a pocket door and does it open smoothly?
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Old 02-19-2019, 06:53 PM   #4
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What year 31UL do you have?
Have you tried moving everything that's supposed to move?
It could be a spare part from production. Some of us have screw and fastener collections after cleaning out under and behind everything.


Non Precepters: Precepts do not have pocket doors.
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Pick up the dime, flip it in the air, heads it's a gizmo, tails it's a thing-a-ma-bob. Sorry couldn't resist.



I actually have no idea what it is but it looks like a part for my sliding barn doors, center hole and all. Do you have any doors that hang from the top and slide?
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Yup, the bedroom door is a barn slider on the Precepts.
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Yup, the bedroom door is a barn slider on the Precepts.
Sort of what I meant. Pocket door/ barn door ...tomato/ tomato
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Sorry a pocket door retracts into the wall and a barn door slides on the outside of the wall. Tomato/ Cucumber. Sorry been in construction for too long.
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Sorry a pocket door retracts into the wall and a barn door slides on the outside of the wall. Tomato/ Cucumber. Sorry been in construction for too long.
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Look for something that does not slide as it should. I love a mystery!
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Looks exactly like the rollers on the overhead bunk in my Alante. I'd check that since the bunk will rock forward and back without them.
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