Slides have been around a long time now, so no issues to worry about as long as you stick to a major builder. Whether motorhome or trailer, they add a lot of volume, living space, only at the cost of some weight, really. manuals explain how to deal with on the road failures, else a local RV shop can handle it. I have a mobile service & repair guy I call, very handy. Major work I'd take it to another long time RV repair shop up the road a ways.. We have one slide for the dining area on or 28' trailer, never had a failure, or leak... Trim came off, I re-secured, no other complaints... That said I'm kinda handy, swapped factory batteries for deep cycle golf cart batteries, rewired, added a cutoff switch, maintain the charge with a battery tender, lots of add-ons to make it work for us.. Keystone was the original builder, I don't like the service section of where I bought it, but there are alternatives... Dive in!weco
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