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Old 08-06-2013, 04:27 PM   #11
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Update, just got back from a week long trip about a week ago, so far all seems well with new front door. Basically all they did was take the plastic corner covers that are on the top of the side and back bunk doors (when closed) and placed them on the bottom of the front. So far seems to be working. To answer your other question Jdubs, no the back nor the side door have had this problem, however, that being said I have noticed now that if the back bunk is open and it comes a pretty good rain, I can leave it open a couple of days to dry and when I close it up there is a significant amount of water that runs out of the door, I am going by the dealer on Friday to talk with them about this, I am worried it is getting trapped inside the door and is going to rot out the bunk. Anyone else had this happen.

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Old 08-06-2013, 09:41 PM   #12
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I had this issue to with the rain pouring out but it was on the front door, the back door did a little last time I closed it but it did rain while we were at camp but still no water should be pouring out of it I would assume. It was a ton of water not just drips :/

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