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  1. 🔦 New Member Introductions
    We purchased a used 2008 Jayco Jayflight TT, from a dealer late in the summer of 2010. Were told it appeared not to have any leaks or problems. Have used it about 10x's. Last week after we returned for a trip, noticed the rear seam seperating. Upon farther investigation, found rotton wood at the...
  2. 🔦 New Member Introductions
    I've got a 2004 Damon Daybreak with a rubber roof & I noticed structural damage at the back corner where stairs attach to the roof. It runs from the end cap and encompasses about 10 sf. The structure underneath appears rotten & can feel the ceiling joists, but whatever covers the structure...
  3. 🗺️ Camping Tips and Hints
    Dont ever use silicone around camper windows, or on rubber roofs, etc... It simply does not stop water leaks. I recommend using eternabond for rubber roofs, and you can buy replacement window puddy to seal your windows. Been there done that. My camper was covered with silicone when I bought it...
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