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  1. Hello, I was about to set off on my first road trip in my new to me 1993 Winnebago Warrior before discovering the roof is leaking in two location. The forum seems to have a lot to say about products. First, what is thermo panel exactly and what product is best for sealing the roof? there is leaking at damaged area that appears to have been patched by previous owner, not just at lap joints. Secondly, any advice on pulling out the rotten wood and replacing it? If I want to do this right it looks like I will have to replace part of the roof. IMG_4599.HEIC IMG_4600.HEIC IMG_460
  2. Hi- So... my newly purchased '86 Dolphin needs the entire back wall replaced. The shell or skin is fiberglass and has two seams running horizontally, one about midline and one near the roof. Can you tell me how to go about removing this to do the repairs... and how to re-place it once the work is done? I've seen several videos where repair work is done on RVs with aluminum skins but am guessing this is a bit different. Thanx ORegonSteve "Never never doubt what nobody is sure about." -Willy Wonka
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