Dewald Mfg Slide Out Problems, Where To Get Replacement Part?

by Derrick
(Stockton, CA)

Question: I have a 2001 Keystone Sprinter 5th wheel. The main bracket on the slide out that the hydraulic ram pushes against is bent. I need to order a replacement but I do not know the name of the part or where to order it from. I believe that the manufacturer was Dewald Mfg., Inc.

Robbie: Dewald Inc. was purchased by Power Gear and they do not sell to the Public, you'll need to have you local RV repair facility order it for you.

Good Luck,

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Jun 14, 2019
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by: Neal

2000 Tahoe 5th wheel it's a single pop out it goes out will not go in not even with hand pump think maybe the Dewalds pump need rebuilding dont know where to get parts

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by: doug

Where do I find the Dewald lock which attaches to the side of the RV slide out?

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