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#1 OFFLINE   the tc life

the tc life

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Posted 27 June 2017 - 07:55 PM

 It is time for me to do some new seal repair on the rear bottom edge of the camper. I have the Adventurer comfort step so that came off. I have most of the seal along the bottom edge of the rear cleaned off now. I will stop at a store and get the needed items to finish the reseal job tomorrow.

 

 I also was having a bit of a noise out of my rear Happijac 4150 jacks. So, I will tear them apart and clean everything up and then put them back together. The jacks are actually fairly easy to take apart and put back together.

 

I have a couple weeks with no camp trips and the weather is dry and very warm to hot. Perfect time to get this chore done.

 

 Soon it will be good to go and ready to camp again. That darn work thing takes up my daytime to get it done quicker. We are not camping for the 4th of July. We work the Monday so it is not an extended weekend for us. I will actually most likely finish it on the 4th of July.


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#2 OFFLINE   the tc life

the tc life

    NATCOA President / Rally Cordinator / 2015 Rally Committee

  • Admin (non-root)
  • 3686 posts
  • Local time: 07:05 AM
  • State/Province or Region:Wa
  • Country:USA
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Colbert, Washington
  • Interests:Camping duh...oh, also hiking, geocaching, bike riding, fishing, just enjoying the outdoors and of course...spending time with my wife and son.
  • Camper Brand:2010 Adventurer 810ws
  • Truck Make & Model:2004 Dodge Dually Cummins power
  • Name (Public):Rich

Posted 01 July 2017 - 02:20 PM

​Getting things put back together, after resting from the heat that is. Got everything cleaned up. Then I applied Eternabond tape to the edge. After that I am putting the metal brackets back on, they have putty tape on the underside of the brackets. After I get all the brackets back on, I will apply Dicor sealant to the bracket edges. It should do real good...I hope. It will be triple sealed along that rear bottom edge of the camper.

 

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