Originally Posted by asquared
Hey now, my fix was done at OC's suggestion. It doesn't look bad in person (check it out at Peach Rally). It was there both at Mayberry and Goshen when we saw you and I bet you didn't even notice your right .
Your right I didn't see it but I normally don't look for flaws in peoples trailers either, but that doesn't mean anything, People can do as they wish. The OP question was how to repair a hole. Like I said its not hard to do. The product I'm talking about is called Marine-Tex, It's easy to use and is a permanent fix, I could care less if people want to take short cuts like I said it's not my trailer. I suggested the products to use. If your handy you can do it. In fact it will harden and be stronger then the original fiber glass. I have repaired boat bottoms with the product below the water line, travel 15,000 blue water miles with it and never gave it another thought. There is always a right way and a MIckey Mouse way. But as I said that is just my opinion. IT'S not my trailer and I would make sure it was done correctly before a delamination problem occurs. Then your replacing a lot more for a lot more money I know I just paid 5400.00 dollars for a new roof, because a dime size hole was not repaired correctly and to late. Two years ago in Goshen they put a new roof on my slide because the dealer didn't know what they where doing and it was repaired with eternabond tape and the area was not done right and the tape was coming up on all edges. That was free, FR couldn't believe the repair themselves. They even called the dealer to complain on my behalf, which the stealer then called me to apologize for such crappy workmanship. Needless to say they will never touch my unit again. Would I do OC's way YES until I could repair it correctly or have it repaired correctly....