OK, before anyone laughs so hard that they have to have hernia surgery let me just say we were on our "maiden voyage" with our new Flagstaff Super Lite 5th Wheel. Everything that I had read or seen said that I could "jack knife" it into a tight spot - don't believe what you read - only believe what you do, right? Long story short, I dented my Dodge Ram right behind the left rear door and proceeded to put a pretty good "bump" into the front left corner of our new 5th Wheel (pics included). My question: Can I simply seal it good (my ego won't ever be the same, which is probably a good thing), or do I need something more?
Originally Posted by itat
Hopefully someone here can help with your question.
Probably alot of us could give good advise, but its hard to really tell much of anything from the pics posted. Much better pics in good light ( sunny days make terrible pics) would help op get the answers he seek.
Sorry to hear about your learning experience. Why not have it repaired on your insurance or if you were referring to a temp fix good quality duct tape with seal it until you get back. There may be many other things to try duck it my emergency go to product.
Jake my sidekick (yellow Lab)
2006 F350 6.0
2016 Flagstaff 26 FKWS
AF&AM of Idaho
X2 on having things repaired, you will feel much better once it's done. We have all done dumb things, mine was during unhooking, for some stupid reason ( I blame the DW) I closed my tailgate and pulled forward, did not do bad damage got lucky.
Of more concern is that your hitch is supposed to let you make this turn, I Would have someone look at it to make sure it is not malfunctioning or installed wrong. Welcome to the world of RVing.