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Old 07-29-2015, 09:30 PM   #21
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Great post! I am more interested in Sealing up the holes to prevent insect and pests from having easy access. I haven't crawled under my trailer but I certainly will now to see if I have big holes near the frame and such. I was lucky enough to get the 15k btu upgrade on my 34 foot trailer. As irony would have it the salesman mentioned if I ever camp In Georgia in the summer I will be glad I have it .


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Old 08-01-2015, 03:41 PM   #22
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Just an FYI. Great stuff is...well...great, but if you are sealing anything on the outside of TT 'great stuff pond' is a better choice. It is used for high moisture areas and is more weather resistant, doesn't crumble away over time And it comes out black so it blends with the undercarriage.


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