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Discussion in 'Roof/Floor Repair & Maintenance' started by benfrench, Oct 11, 2011.
You might want to start a new post . Nobody will notice your request when Hijacking a post .
just joined and trying to figure that out, would you mind directing to the right spot. would really appreciate it
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We have a 2001 coleman sun valley and after all these years it started cracking. No sagging maybe because we don't have air conditioning. We had Rhino lining applied. It was expensive but the rest of the trailer is in perfect condition and didn't want to get rid of it.
Sorry It took so long to answer: I ordered one bed liner kit from them. To be honest 2 coats would have been good. But I used it all, so about 4 coats total on the top. Figured I had it, and it only last 30 day after they mix it, so I used it all.
Hi. I just purchased a 97 Yukon. It had a large crack down the middle. Some delamination, but not too bad. I screwed down some of the loose roof, then fiber glassed the crack. I filled it with resin, put the cloth over the top of the crack, and poured more resin on. It hardened up nicely. Then I rolled on white Raptor truck bed liner. It looks pretty good.
This looks fantastic! Great job. We have the same situation you did, but I had tried to patch it with silicon caulk, and now I have a horrible mess. I am leaning towards just ripping off the entire ABS roof and starting from scratch using Grizzly Grip, but I am worried that removing the air conditioner will be too big a job and that once I put a/c unit back on that it will leak. What do you think?
How did you repair the cracks prior to using grizzly grip?