How to Install

How to Install

1. Measure where you are placing the track (be mindful of slideout trim and other obstacles,
     leaving 1-2 inches of room to feed the panel into the track). Using the cutters, cut the track to
     the desired length.
2. Clean the area where you are placing the track on your unit using a paper towel and the
     Isopropyl Alcohol (provided in your kit).
3. Using the Primer94 Pens or 8oz can of Primer94. If using the pens, squeeze the black dots on
     the side to release the primer (you will hear it crack). Wipe the area where you are placing the
     track with the pen. If using the 8oz can, apply the primer with a paper towel.
4. Peel the red backing off the track and press the track where desired before the primer is
     completely dry. Allow a few minutes to bond while pressing thoroughly on the track.
5. Slide your panel into the track.
6. If the panels need to be cut, mark it with a pencil. Remove the panel and then cut to the desired
     length. (Be sure to super glue the back side stitching to lock the thread)
7. Slide your panel back into the track.

1. Measure where you are placing the track            (be mindful of slideout trim and other                  obstacles, leaving 1-2 inches of room to            feed   the panel into the track). Using the            cutters, cut the track to the desired                      length.
2. Clean the area where you are placing the            track on your unit using a paper towel and          the Isopropyl Alcohol (provided in your kit).
3. Using the Primer94 Pens or 8oz can of                Primer94. If using the pens, squeeze the            black dots on the side to release the primer      (you will hear it crack). Wipe the area where      you are placing the track with the pen. If            using the 8oz can, apply the primer with a          paper towel.
4. Peel the red backing off the track and press      the track where desired before the primer is      completely dry. Allow a few minutes to bond      while pressing thoroughly on the track.
5. Slide your panel into the track.
6. If the panels need to be cut, mark it with a          pencil. Remove the panel and then cut to            the desired length. (Be sure to super glue          the back side stitching to lock the thread)
7. Slide your panel back into the track.

Installing Basics

1. The door typically uses a 48 in. panel (achieve this by cutting a panel in half).
2. Place 3 separate sections of the track using steps 1-4 listed above.
          (1) the left side of the door should end no closer than 2 in. from the stair frame,
          (2) the center of the door should be no closer than 1 in. from either side of the stair frame,
          (3) the right side of the door should end no closer than 2 in. from the stair frame. (The total
                length of the track should not exceed the panel length. Remember to keep the track in a
                straight line)
3. Install the panel with the stairs retracted. Using a pencil outline the stair from on the back of
     the panel.
4. Remove the panel. Extend the outline with a straight edge to the top edge of the panel.
5. Make 2 vertical cuts along the door frame outline (DO NOT cut the bottom horizontal line) (Be
     sure to super glue the back side stitching to lock the thread)
6. Slide your panel back into the track. If the stairs are out, bring the center section through the
     stair frame and install first.

1. The door typically uses a 48 in. panel                  (achieve this by cutting a panel in half).
2. Place 3 separate sections of the track using      steps 1-4 listed above.
        (1) the left side of the door should end no                closer than 2 in. from the stair frame,
        (2) the center of the door should be no                      closer than 1 in. from either side of the                stair frame,
        (3) the right side of the door should end                    no closer than 2 in. from the stair                        frame. (The total length of the track                    should not exceed the panel length.                    Remember to keep the track in a
              straight line)
3. Install the panel with the stairs retracted.          Using a pencil outline the stair from on the        back of the panel.
4. Remove the panel. Extend the outline with a      straight edge to the top edge of the panel.
5. Make 2 vertical cuts along the door frame          outline (DO NOT cut the bottom horizontal        line) (Be sure to super glue the back side            stitching to lock the thread)
6. Slide your panel back into the track. If the          stairs are out, bring the center section                through the stair frame and install first.

Installing the Door Panels

1. We advise not having vertical overlaps on the sides of the slideouts and keeping your track at
     the same level as the slideout side-walls.
2. Screw the snap studs provided in the kit into the slideout side-wall. (Typically 1/2in from the
     bottom rail and 1 in. from the corners)
3. With the panel installed, mark one snap at a time, and use the punch, die, and anvil to install the
     caps included in the kit. Ideally, the caps are placed between the sew lines. Here is a video that
     explains how to prepare your snaps.

1. We advise not having vertical overlaps on          the sides of the slideouts and keeping your        track at the same level as the slideout side-        walls.
2. Screw the snap studs provided in the kit            into the slideout side-wall. (Typically 1/2in          from the bottom rail and 1 in. from the                corners)
3. With the panel installed, mark one snap at a      time, and use the punch, die, and anvil to            install the caps included in the kit. Ideally,          the caps are placed between the sew lines.        Here is a video that explains how to prepare      your snaps.

Installing Panels on the Slideouts

1. Install the side track using basic steps 1-4, extending them so they will overlap with the lower
     side panels. Leave a 2in gap from the front corner for ease of sliding the panel into the track.
2. Install the front section of track near the same level as the sides. Every unit is different, some
     have curves so you may need to cut the track into smaller sections. We recommend securing
     with 2 screws in the track on the front corners (1 on each end of the track).
3. Slide the fifth wheel panel into the front track, centering the panel with the hitch.
4. Install the panel on the side track of the first side. Install the panel on the side track of the
     second side, removing any slack.
5. If the fifth wheel panel needs to be adjusted, mark with a pencil and then cut to the desired
     length. (Be sure to super glue the back side stitching to lock the thread)
6. Reinstall the fifth wheel panel.

1. Install the side track using basic steps 1-4,        extending them so they will overlap with the      lower side panels. Leave a 2in gap from the      front corner for ease of sliding the panel            into the track.
2. Install the front section of track near the            same level as the sides. Every unit is                    different, some have curves so you may              need to cut the track into smaller sections.        We recommend securing with 2 screws in          the track on the front corners (1 on each            end of the track).
3. Slide the fifth wheel panel into the front              track, centering the panel with the hitch.
4. Install the panel on the side track of the first      side. Install the panel on the side track of the
    second side, removing any slack.
5. If the fifth wheel panel needs to be                      adjusted, mark with a pencil and then cut to      the desired length. (Be sure to super glue          the back side stitching to lock the thread)
6. Reinstall the fifth wheel panel.

Installing the Fifth Wheel Panel

1.  It is best to have a partner to help, but it can be done with just one person.
2.  We recommend starting at the back and work your way forward ending with a full panel at the
     front.
3.  If the skirting material sits on top of the hitch then you can cover it with a pool noodle to
     ensure you don’t puncture the panel.
4.  Be sure NOT to cover up your water heater, furnace, or refrigerator vents.
5.  If seam cuts are needed, always use a straight edge.
6.  We recommend using sandbags or water bags to hold the skirt down. Fold your skirt under
     and then place the bags on each seam.
7.  It helps to label ALL panels and makes the reinstalling process easier.

1.  It is best to have a partner to help, but it             can be done with just one person.
2.  We recommend starting at the back and             work your way forward ending with a full             panel at the front.
3.  If the skirting material sits on top of the             hitch then you can cover it with a pool                 noodle to ensure you don’t puncture the             panel.
4.  Be sure NOT to cover up your water heater,       furnace, or refrigerator vents.
5.  If seam cuts are needed, always use a               straight edge.
6.  We recommend using sandbags or water           bags to hold the skirt down. Fold your skirt         under and then place the bags on each               seam.
7.  It helps to label ALL panels and makes the         reinstalling process easier.

ADDITIONAL TOOLS REQUIRED TO INSTALL QWIKSKIRT: PENCIL,
SCISSORS, STRAIGHT EDGE, PAPER TOWEL, HAMMER, AND A SCREWGUN.

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