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Old 09-24-2015, 12:02 PM   #11
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Mine was for access to the main slide motor when it had to be replaced.
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Old 09-24-2015, 12:47 PM   #12
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I have tape all over the bottom of mine to. It came that way,but it should not have. My attitude about the tape thing is that if they had to cut a hole in the roof or sidewall would it be OK to tape it back together? When the tape under there comes loose and starts letting road wind(not to mention dirt and water) in,you wont know it untill it tears the belly off and you are dragging it down the road.
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Old 12-23-2015, 03:11 PM   #13
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I might not worry too much about having tape in small areas (like where the lines run thru), but like some other posters, I have two strips of tape from side to side where a local dealer patched the undercarriage back together. My fresh water tank had to be repaired and the undercarriage was cut all the way across in two places. That was only months ago and the tape is already falling off. I'm still under warranty. Would it be unrealistic to ask the dealer to replace the entire undercarriage in one piece, like the way it came delivered?
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Old 12-29-2015, 06:50 PM   #14
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I might not worry too much about having tape in small areas (like where the lines run thru), but like some other posters, I have two strips of tape from side to side where a local dealer patched the undercarriage back together. My fresh water tank had to be repaired and the undercarriage was cut all the way across in two places. That was only months ago and the tape is already falling off. I'm still under warranty. Would it be unrealistic to ask the dealer to replace the entire undercarriage in one piece, like the way it came delivered?
It wouldn't hurt to try....I think the dealer should also have access to some different types of tape that is a lot stronger than say duct tape etc..
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Old 12-29-2015, 06:58 PM   #15
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RV underbelly tape should be no problem for small stuff..

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I might not worry too much about having tape in small areas (like where the lines run thru), but like some other posters, I have two strips of tape from side to side where a local dealer patched the undercarriage back together. My fresh water tank had to be repaired and the undercarriage was cut all the way across in two places. That was only months ago and the tape is already falling off. I'm still under warranty. Would it be unrealistic to ask the dealer to replace the entire undercarriage in one piece, like the way it came delivered?
Pick up some corrugated plastic, cut to size and screw it in.
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