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Old 03-29-2016, 06:49 AM   #1
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ID:	103178[/ATTACH][/ATTACH][/ATTACH]I have a small delamination issue which appears to be cause by or caused a trim seal to break. I have been reading forums and you tube been thinking if epoxy types and/if
using 3m 5200...has any on done it? Also was going to use Eternabond tap in the roof. Right over the old seals after acetone of course. How much should I order for a 25 ft trailer one bunk slide out? Will add photos as soon as I figure out how to on my phone

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Old 03-31-2016, 10:49 PM   #2
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was wondering why I have no responses...perhaps I answered my own inquiries to well...lol..Just pondering how to clam it as I live in a sub division. No building or sizable trees to lean on..Maybe bar clamp from the chassis to the edge or attach a wood to the under floor and clam of that?
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I would think either no one has a good answer (that would be me) or yes, maybe the Eternabond tape might be the best answer.

These types of issues sometimes don't have a "best" answer. You may need to discuss with an RV repair facility that specializes in body repair.

I hope it works out well for you.
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I have an update. With help from a friend I realized I may of made a mountain of a mole hill. The water damage wasn't bad. I pulled the old trim off replaced it with L shaped metal beam I found at home depot. I discovered the caulking used was for like dap then sealant so I replace the lower sealant of the RV with RV prosealant and the wheel well seals as well..looks good..maybe better then factory
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