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Old 09-19-2022, 12:06 PM   #21
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I start the slide in and stop at about a foot then put the 1/8" plywood in place and once partly in, the outer pieces stay in place and it may push the two inside slats a bit but they are in far enough to keep the floor from scratching.

I started by following a video I saw and had glued non-stick shelf material to once side of the 1/8" plywood and very thin plexiglass to the floor side (for easier sliding). It was a wasted effort and the added materials pulled off almost immediately and found the plywood itself worked fine.
thanks George…i’m gonna cut up some luan tomorrow
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Old 09-22-2022, 06:26 PM   #22
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Do be careful. Brings to mind a heartbreaking rookie mistake I made with the 37G and its beautiful hardwood kitchen floor. I was installing some things inside and unknown at the time a screw got away from me. Noticed nothing as we closed the slide to move on but at the next stop as the slide went out the errant screw gouged a line in that nice floor. Sometimes it’s painful to learn the hard way!
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