This is my 7th camper, so I know all of them give problems and you are always working on them, but this last break kinda got me. Not sure what to call it, on the larger slides its would be a slide support roller, but on the bedroom slide it's not a roller just a support for the slide to rest on while it goes in and out. I found mine just laying on the floor in the space between the bedroom slide and the wall. It's wrapped in carpet, so it's hard to see. The slide support is attached to a 2x4 and it's about 12 inches long with the metal support held by three screws. Two of them are for adjustment. Somehow I have to raise the slide up about 1/2 inch and them screw the 2 x 4 back in place, then the slide support thing. It could have been like this a long time. Sure wish it happened when we were at the factory. I tore all the carpet off and that's not an issue because you can't see it anyway unless you get down on your knees. I found it vacuuming the floor. If you guys don't know what i'm talking about, that's a good thing. This should never have come loose. I read on another site (they called the piece a slide roller, but on the KZ it's not a roller just a support for the slide to rest on) to bring the slide in about half way and jack the slide up. It's got to be a one man job cause two can't get in there.
Every time something breaks, I think about that "Forever Warranty) that I didn't buy because it didn't cover the things that break.
I had one of the "plastic" sliders (not really plastic maybe more like a nylon block) come loose on mine and bedroom slide was tilted ... it still worked, but was visually tilted. The factory team fixed mine at the rally by putting a bottle jack on the ground, putting a 4x4 on top of that and putting a 2x4 under the slide (on top of the vertical 4x4). Jacked up the slide and reattached the slider block. Looked dangerous to me, but that's how they did it.
2016 Ford F350, King Ranch, DRW, 4x4, CC, 6.7 PS Diesel, remote control air lift, [br]2017 Durango Gold 381REF, Lambright furniture, MCD shades, Truma AquaGo, MorRYDE 8K IS, 8K Disc brakes, GY G114 LR H Tires, Hensley air ride hitch, 27,320 lbs CGVW
It’s the exact same problem I have. I put a two by four under mine and jacked it up but I couldn’t fine any solid wood to screw into. I finally put three screws into the metal frame down low on the two by four. It just caused it to tilt some rather than set level for the slide to rest on. I’m gonna say very shoddy workmanship on KZs part and I’m a big fan.