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Old 03-29-2017, 10:53 AM   #61
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Just spoke with Dave at Host and he bought the rest of Dicor's supply and will be using them for his own production. Not really geared up for resale of this part and has not ordered any yet from STLA and doesn't know his freight costs.

The slide is called the Cosmo four way slide- as it was with Dicor as well.
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Old 04-30-2017, 05:19 PM   #62
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Trying to find Dicor 4 way slide

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Tried the ETI slide with Springfield pedestal for two weeks - ordered Dicor slide today.
I'm looking for the Dicor 4 way slider... where did you get yours may I ask?
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Old 04-30-2017, 05:32 PM   #63
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I've looking for the Dicor 4 way slider... where did you get yours may I ask?
We bought direct from Dicor, but they quit carrying them. Someone contacted them and they said they just weren't selling enough.
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Old 04-30-2017, 05:52 PM   #64
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We bought direct from Dicor, but they quit carrying them. Someone contacted them and they said they just weren't selling enough.
Double darn... thanks. Like the mighty Big Foot... there are many sightings... however it appears no one can actually find one!
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Double darn... thanks. Like the mighty Big Foot... there are many sightings... however it appears no one can actually find one!
There is one in my parts room awaiting installation.
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Old 05-05-2017, 09:16 AM   #66
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Received this from the Italian Mfg.:

Thank you for your e-mail.
Till the moment we have no other distributor in USA …
We would be so glad to find some others companies interested in our products.
We sell only to manufacturers and distributors, no retail trade.

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Old 05-13-2017, 08:36 AM   #67
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It sounds like the Dicor slide is no longer available in the US. Any other suggestions out there for table slides, besides ETIs? We are getting a Springfield pedestal. Thanks much.
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Old 05-13-2017, 10:52 AM   #68
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Garelick slide

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It sounds like the Dicor slide is no longer available in the US. Any other suggestions out there for table slides, besides ETIs? We are getting a Springfield pedestal. Thanks much.
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As noted in post 58 I'm using a Garelick seat slide mounted on the Springfield for my table. It's very solid. With the pivoting provided by the pedestal it provides easy access to the benches for us and locks down. I'm going to be finishing my install of a retrofit U bench here soon and will post some pictures. CJ
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As noted in post 58 I'm using a Garelick seat slide mounted on the Springfield for my table. It's very solid. With the pivoting provided by the pedestal it provides easy access to the benches for us and locks down. I'm going to be finishing my install of a retrofit U bench here soon and will post some pictures. CJ
That's an interesting approach. The Garelick seat slide is way more sturdy than is needed for a table slide. Is the pole socket removable so it can match up to the Springfield flat top?

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That's an interesting approach. The Garelick seat slide is way more sturdy than is needed for a table slide. Is the pole socket removable so it can match up to the Springfield flat top?

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There is no pole socket on this model and is an easy bolt on connection flat plate to flat plate. You do have to take the slide apart to connect which is not difficult.

Garelick/Eez-In 75080:01 Low-Profile Seat Slide

It's available from Amazon. CJ
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There is no pole socket on this model and is an easy bolt on connection flat plate to flat plate. You do have to take the slide apart to connect which is not difficult.

Garelick/Eez-In 75080:01 Low-Profile Seat Slide

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Ah, that makes sense. How much slide travel does it provide, do you know?
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I liked the action on the Garelick and the lock down..... I will get 5" of movement in one direction. The Springfield pedestal does rotate so this combo should give me a lot of flexibility.
That looks like a good way to go; will you have the table slide back & forth or side to side with it?
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Old 05-14-2017, 11:10 PM   #73
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It sounds like the Dicor slide is no longer available in the US. Any other suggestions out there for table slides, besides ETIs? We are getting a Springfield pedestal. Thanks much.
Linda
I am selling what is probably the last one available:

http://www.escapeforum.org/forums/f3...tal-10251.html
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Old 06-04-2017, 10:39 PM   #74
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I finally got around to installing the Dicor slide on my U-shape dinette table using the standard pedestal. By cutting down the plywood that came with the table mount, and removing the plastic slides, I was able to mount the Dicor easily. My wife and I really like the new setup. Plenty of room and we can still remove the table if we want.
TDF, I love the floor, fabric, and table formica in your trailer photos. Any chance that you would still have the style, color, manufacturer, etc on these? Nice choices.
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