I have used both plastic tape and thin wood shims (softer material AND distribute some of the pressure).Kutseena said:I have had the same issue. I polished down the wedgies a little but the problem persist. I have been using a very thin sheet of plastic between the rail and the wedgie with some success.
sjdarji said:Can someone please post a video or an series of photos as to where these things go? I can't figure out what they are.
Though, I'm sure they're very useful!
That is what I did w our while we had it.Bigpopper said:Thanks for reviving this thread. I replaced broken 2 wedgies last year. We now have noticed serious wear on the slide behind dinette cushions after the trip to Az. It looks like that is the stress point where the Fleetwood Pup flex is greatest. I am going to take the suggestion of filing / sanding the wedgies and using plastic shims.
ChocoChock01 said:I have used both plastic tape and thin wood shims (softer material AND distribute some of the pressure).