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Old 06-15-2012, 01:00 AM   #1
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Bunk ends corners

Hi Friends,
After dealing and solving the antenna leak, just wondering why my bunk ends were a little wet after the rain. I finally detected that there is a space at the corner of the bunks ends where the water enter.





What is the best solution for this problem?

(*) Is it normal that the rear bunk end seems to fold better than the front one...It perfectly fit. The front one, close a little more out than the rear.

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Old 06-15-2012, 03:20 AM   #2
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something isn't right about the first pic, of the front bunk.
where the door bottom meets the hinge, it looks bent.
the white trim should be right up against the door frame.
there's way too much space in between.
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something isn't right about the first pic, of the front bunk.
where the door bottom meets the hinge, it looks bent.
the white trim should be right up against the door frame.
there's way too much space in between.
I checked it again and is not bent (maybe pic effect), but you are right, is kind a lack of white trim. Maybe Ill complete the trim with a piece of rubber or something similar.
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something isn't right about the first pic, of the front bunk.
where the door bottom meets the hinge, it looks bent.
the white trim should be right up against the door frame.
there's way too much space in between.
Thanks! Now Im disassembling the front end to check and repair if something is wrong.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:46 PM   #5
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something isn't right about the first pic, of the front bunk.
where the door bottom meets the hinge, it looks bent.
the white trim should be right up against the door frame.
there's way too much space in between.
Finally, the front end was rotten. Now, Im replacing the wood, sealing and repositioning the hinge. Now is closing better!
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