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Old 03-24-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Aluminum Siding came loose while driving

Second time having a 07 Sandpiper on the open highway and the left front corner of the siding came loose and peeled back to the bedroom window before I could get stopped and off the interstate. Luckily I had a couple extra tie-down straps I was able to loop around the front end and drive to the next exit where I was able to get the pieces secured (screwed down) so I could get back home.
Now...what the heck do I do? I took the rig to the dealer where I purchased it last fall and was given a $4100 estimate (without the decals) to fix the damage. Extended warranty I bought will not cover it.
The real kick in the @$$ is the materials only cost $590. I understand the cost of labor, but damn.
Is there any other options anyone can suggest?

HELP!
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