I just taped up the 4 corners of my FR Georgetown 335 with eternabond tape. The corners are rounded from the top to the drip rail to the roof top. So on the first corner i ran 4" tape from the drip rail up to roof top and over about 6" of the Dicor sealant over the joint between end cap and walls. Problem i had was that the tape wanted to bunch up because of the curve, not supposed to stretch it so let it go and just made sure that any bunched up areas were pressed down. The other corners i decided to take 4" by 4" strips and then layered them one over the other from the drip rail up to flat of roof and Dicor sealant on seam. Think i used about 5 or 6 strips to do this, with each over lapping the first by about a inch and a half. Found that way avoided the bunching caused by going over the curved surface. There was enough surface to get good adhesion, even on the curved surface, and with the layering i am sure it will never leak. Next i am going to run eternabond tape from the top of the corners across the full width to the opposite corner across the full front and end caps. Also just so you know, they make it in Black, Tan and White, so used the black on the front corners and tan on the back corners and will use the white for up on the roof. This stuff sticks to any surface except for silicone so make sure that you remove any silicone from the surface before you apply it.
2014 Georgetown 335DS
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