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Old 06-22-2015, 11:35 AM   #21
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I re-inserted the plastic channels inside the tent. My rear tent was still intact so I was able to feel where these channels needed to be placed. I cleaned the clear caulk from the corners on the outside of the bunk. I then dry-fit the tent end on the top and sides to be sure it would re-attach ok. I purchased a GE product called 100% silicone. I ran a bead of silicone on the side of the bunk first and shoved the tent in back into place. I then ran a bead along the top (there is a small metal channel running along the top and sides) channel, inside the channel, and shoved the tent end in place there too. I then did the same to the other side channel. From the inside of the tent, I was able to ensure a good tight fit. When I was happy with the fit, I squirted a fair amount of this silicone in the upper corners of the tent end. This was the final plug to the air gap I could still see from the inside. I did not put any additional silicone along the tent on the outside. I don't have the ability to take and post pictures, sorry.

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