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Old 03-07-2014, 08:59 AM   #1
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Okay, I see many bubbles in the decals on my new TT. Should I pin pop them, leave them, or take to CW with other warranty items?
About wax, is it okay to use a Mequilars type auto wax on the TT over the decals?
My 24FBS roof seems to have loose covering (alpha I think) in some areas. Is it supposed to all be glued or tight to the roof surface? Doesn't look right to me.
Thanks for your responses.
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Since your TT is so new, I would recommend taking it back to the dealer with questions and warranty repair on the decals.
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Our dealer replaced the decals on the street side of our unit. They were pealing and looking a little rough; I waited until our warranty was almost up, and then did it. Now they will look new for a few more years.
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My 24FBS roof seems to have loose covering (alpha I think) in some areas. Is it supposed to all be glued or tight to the roof surface?
The consensus is the roof will show wrinkles....they come, they go....they move around. I wouldn't be worried about small ones. I would only be concerned about large, fixed wrinkles and wrinkles that trap water around your roof appliances. Bring those to attention during your warranty period.
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Old 03-07-2014, 08:13 PM   #5
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Thanks for the advice. I feel better about the roof.
But all the decal bubbles...will they go away or is action necessary?
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