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Old 03-25-2016, 12:47 PM   #151
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outside seam sealant,

ok found the lap sealant, do they make colors, or do you just use white on any color of coach
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Old 03-27-2016, 12:02 AM   #152
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I used dicor tan. Warning: There are 2 different kinds of TPO roof membranes. The one with the felt backing (original patent) uses the regular lap sealant. The newer non felt backed TPO uses a 2 step process sealant. Easiest place to check is your bathroom vent. Just pull the garnish off.
Only the early 2014's should have the old formula TPO.
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Old 03-27-2016, 06:47 AM   #153
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Well I was going to reseal the body were it was sealed around the raised little fender like areas and such, thanks

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I used dicor tan. Warning: There are 2 different kinds of TPO roof membranes. The one with the felt backing (original patent) uses the regular lap sealant. The newer non felt backed TPO uses a 2 step process sealant. Easiest place to check is your bathroom vent. Just pull the garnish off.
Only the early 2014's should have the old formula TPO.
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Old 03-27-2016, 10:53 AM   #154
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sewer hose storage,

well I like the way some have stored their hoses, I have decided to take a little different step, I have removed the 4" square tube for the sewer storage and replace it with a 5" square tube, now is when I wish I was still working and had my work truck with all the right tools and welder
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Old 04-04-2016, 02:55 PM   #155
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slide

was crawling under the slide looking in the storage and noticed the rolls on the slide are digging into the bottom of it in a few places, I know I read where some have used sheet metal to stop this from destroying the underneath, what gauge sheet metal did you use, does 16ga. seem about right,
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I dont have that issue. I spray the rollers down with power lube.
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well I like the way some have stored their hoses, I have decided to take a little different step, I have removed the 4" square tube for the sewer storage and replace it with a 5" square tube, now is when I wish I was still working and had my work truck with all the right tools and welder
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Now if you paint it red we could be bookends.

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has it, thanks
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red huh, did you change yours to 5"

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