Here is a pic of tool. It is used solely for extending and retracting slide in the event the motor is inoperable. You can use any similar 1/4" drive tool, as there is nothing unique about it.
Rear Slide Room Adjustments:
I called BAL and received excellent customer service.
My trailer uses the "Double-Back" system. ALL Accu-Slide support manuals can be found on the balrvproducts.com website. They are very useful.
Below are the procedures I followed:
Adjusted rear King Bed slide. Slide was tilted downward at the rear of the slide when looking at side view (profile) of trailer. Bottom portion of slide room was not seating against interior of rear wall.
Adjusting Rear Bed Slide.
NOTE: Take a few pictures of the system, cable ends, etc. so that you can refer back to them as needed.
1. Loosen both IN cables on both sides of slide room. Cables and adjustments are located below the front of the bed. Facia paneling needs to be removed to provide access.
2. Lift rear of slide room with a floor jack and section of wood until room is level (should only need to jack up 1"-2"). Check inside to verify slide is now contacting the rear wall and sealing.
3. If so, TIGHTEN OUT-BOTTOM cable. Remove jack.
4. Now TIGHTEN OUT-TOP cable to match tension of OUT-BOTTOM cable that was just tightened in step 3. These procedures will push the bottom of the slide room out to contact interior of wall.
5. Now tighten BOTH IN cables so that ½” deflection is achieved on outside exterior cables (TOP and BOTTOM). Move cables up/down at center of cable between rear edge of slide and trailer rear end wall. Replace the small sponge anti-vibration insulators in the same place where they were.
Per BAL/Norco Industries, manufacturer of slide mechanism....
-When slide is IN… it is OK to sleep on bed
-No bottom support bar is needed during travel
-When driving with slide IN, Top and Bottom IN cables are supporting the slide
I hope this information helps those that may need to adjust their rear king bed slide.
AFTER Adjustment profile pic below. Although it may not look much different from the BEFORE pic I posted at the beginning of the thread, as it only need about 1" of adjustment......
Per BAL/Norco...a properly adjusted slide is not necessarily 100% level (ex. using a level on top of slide room). When the inside of trailer ends of slide room (top and bottom) seal/touch rear wall on top and bottom, it is considered properly adjusted.