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Old 09-22-2012, 09:40 AM   #1
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Roof Repairs

This week i installed a fantastic fan over the top of our bed in our 2011 coachmen. I admit....since buying in early this year I have not made a habit of inspecting the roof. I will from now on. I noticed a few spots where the factory missed....one in back where the roof meets the back cap. No problem. Took care of that with the sealant I was using on the fan install. The area i have a questiuno about is i found 2 small cuts in the roof....i do mean small. One looked like a philips head screw driver or some one at the factory dropped a drill after the roof was installed. The other was a small cut almost like a razor blade. Havinhg nothing other than the dicor I used that to cover thease areas. What is the best method for repair when things like this pop up?
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Old 09-22-2012, 09:51 AM   #2
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On my last TT, it was a 5th wheel and I hit a tree limb on the way out of the neighborhood on our first trip. Learned quick that with a 5er you have to watch out for low limbs, wires, underpasses, etc...

I used EternaBond tape to fix the tear I had. Worked great, 5 years later, when I traded the TT it was still holding strong. I keep some of it on my RV all the time.
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