Originally Posted by pixleys
This is a mix of many photos mostly related to leak redesign. I no longer have any issues after many, many hours. The solution ended up being the tubing cover, vinyl and white duct tape. All must be applied. Any one alone does't do it. I applied this fix to both ends although the problem only existed on the front door. Sorry to those of you who have the new 2012 end design that apparently has its own issues.
Good luck all...
Camper Fix pictures by pixleys - Photobucket
Pixley - Nice repairs and I am glad to hear you have no more leaks.
Originally Posted by pony express
pixleys I am very interested as well as i just bought a 2012 233s and would like to prevent this from the start.
thank you .
Pony, although Pixley's modifications are impressive, you shouldn't have to do this for several reasons.
First, the seals and bunk ends are different for 2012/2013 than the 2010's. In fact, your 2012 is different from my 2012 so I would advise against jumping the gun and assuming you need to make these changes.
Second: We haven't experienced any of the problems described in the first 2009 post and, at this point, I don't feel the need to do this.
Last, you will be under warranty if you do experience leaks.