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Old 07-27-2019, 04:15 PM   #1
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The canvas material on the sides of the bunk ends does it ever need to be re-sealed
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Old 07-27-2019, 05:13 PM   #2
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The canvas material on the sides of the bunk ends does it ever need to be re-sealed
Most of the canvas the Rockwoods and Flagstaff uses is vinyl coated so it should stay waterproof unless there is a cut or has holes in it.

The breathable bunkend window covers (not vinyl coated) could need it but call Forest River/T.J. Snuggles to see what to use. When I had my Starcraft with it's breathable bunkend window covers, they said to use Scotchgard but a certain type that I don't remember being 12 years ago.
2019 Ford F150 Race Red XLT Sport, CC, 4WD, 145" WB, 3.5L Ecoboost, 10 speed, 3.55 Locking Axle, 1830# Payload, 12,700# Tow Rating, pulling a 2020 Rockwood Premier 2716G Pop Up, with a 14' box. Previously had 2012 Jayco Jay Flight 26BH and 2008 Jayco Jay Flight 19BH Travel Trailers. Also previously had 2007 Starcraft 2406 Pop Up with 12' box and bathroom, Previously had 2005 Rockwood 2290 Pop Up with 12' box and porta potty cabinet. Trucks and Trailers.
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