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Old 07-14-2020, 04:37 PM   #1
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Eternabond the roof sides project

So, in between trips I am trying to do small projects on the GT to keep me busy. Have been wanting to run eternabond on the front cap and sides of the roof as an extra layer of water protection and to avoid having to constantly worry about the dicor cracking and peeling. Finished the front and rear caps as well as the passenger side. I decided to go with 6 inch wide tape instead of my original 2. The front and rear sides of the roof were showing signs of the underlayment and I think eventually it would have caused a hairline crack in the fiberglass. The tape covers that now. Used a 12 foot A frame ladder and walked it back a couple of feet at a time as I rolled the tape on.

Wife doesn't like it. She said it makes it look repaired.
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2017 Georgetown GT3 31B3
N Little Rock AR
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Old 07-14-2020, 08:01 PM   #2
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I’ve been wanting to do the same thing. Makes your seams practically bomb proof!
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eternabond, roo, roof

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