We got ours back from McKenzie RV in Gormley, ON where the new doors and seal kits were installed. They seem to have done a nice job putting it back together but they didn't do anything about the screws in the door frame.
FR sent new "bed cores" so the dealer had to re-use the frame from around the old cores and the lock mechanisms. The new white seals around the door edges are much thicker than the originals. They also gave me a different door hinge on the front bed door so there isn't such a large gap at the bottom corners when its in the stored position.
Since the work was done in late fall here in Ontario, Canada it's too cold to think about camping (for us anyway!) so its back in outdoor storage. We'll get a better look in the Spring at how good their workmanship was. Finger crossed!
The technician's advice to avoid the delam bubbling was to make sure there is a good bead of caulk around the frame where it overlaps the core on the outside and inside.
BTW, the technician said the new style permanently attached bed ends will not fit in the old style (bungie) door openings. They had tried on another customer's trailer and had to re-order new old-style doors. They also said the new design, or at least as it came out originally, had a serious problem and they are replacing a lot of them. We saw more than a dozen of the new style doors lying outside their shop that had been replaced.
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