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I have a 2955 montana and recently noticed the bed when moved on the slider in and out is tearing the carpet, the wood framing is riding on the carpet and the is zero clearance between the bed's wood siding and the roller under one corner. Any suggestions how to approach repair without a lot of unnecessary invasive exposure. Thanks. Wally 1995 Dodge Dually, 2001 Montana 5th wheel.

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I have a 2955 montana and recently noticed the bed when moved on the slider in and out is tearing the carpet, the wood framing is riding on the carpet and the is zero clearance between the bed's wood siding and the roller under one corner. Any suggestions how to approach repair without a lot of unnecessary invasive exposure. Thanks. Wally 1995 Dodge Dually, 2001 Montana 5th wheel.

Do you have bars of gold stored in the under bed storage?

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See if you can post some pics of the inside of the bed frame box with the mattress tipped up. It may pivot on the pillow end, lifting up from the foot end.

In my case there are rollers at the foot end of the bed rolling on the floor. You may be able to lift the bedframe up a bit and loosen then drop the rollers so the roll on the carpet but the frame itself doesn't contact the carpet.

If you are not able to post on the forum, I will give you my e=mail address and you can send pics that way.

 

This should be a relatively easy fix.

 

Roger

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Good idea, go to the hardwood floor dept in Lowes or Home Depot, you should find the plastic slides used to protect the floor when sliding appliances in or out.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Glide-N-Guard-Prevents-Damage-Movement-Appliances/dp/B001DPUU7E

 

http://www.homehardware.ca/en/rec/index.htm/Hardware/Builders/Floor-Protection/Glides/6-Pack-Appliance-Glide-and-Guard-Tracks/_/N-ntjpq/R-I2324050?Num=0

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