We headed from Fort Worth to Corpus Christi last year for vacation and first night on the road (left late in the day) we ran over a road gator which tore up the bottom panels on the Windjammer.
As we were arriving at the campground for the night when this happened I drove slowly and looked it over the next morning. I brought out a hammer and some steel to straighten the panels as best as I could then put good old grey duct tape on the cracks and places where the wind would make it flop around. The duct tape lasted about 50 miles and then blew off (yes I cleaned the spot first)
. Before we started home that week I used Goof off to clean off the residue and applied Gorilla tape. Wow, it never moved and stayed on for about 6 months until we had the damage fixed. I carry this stuff only now and recommend it highly for damage repair. Not sure it is as waterproof as the 3M, but for just sticking something over a broken area it can't be beat!
My brother was headed out to Fort Davis in Texas on Saturday and got caught on I-20 about Cisco in the hail. Tennis ball sized!
He said every panel on the TV had huge dents all over them, and the top skylight and roof vents on the TT were all blown out. I asked if he had time to get on the roof and look at it yet, but he had not. I told him to find some heavy plastic to cut into pieces and Gorilla tape. He will be heading back tomorrow and I'll take some photos.
D_B Travelers - 30 nights in 2016... so far. 54 nights in 2015. 2014 Rockwood Windjammer 3001W Diamond Pkg, 2015 GMC 3500HD CC DRW Duramax, Equalizer 14K hitch, TST 507rv TPMS.
"Happiness? A good meal, a good cigar and a good woman - or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle."
George Burns (1896 – 1996)