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Old 05-24-2015, 11:07 PM   #11
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has anyone tried using this? http://www.menards.com/main/paint/ca...214-c-7937.htm
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Old 05-31-2015, 01:46 PM   #12
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A 4" fiber backed seam tape that accepts a coating, Dicor splits and cracks.
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Old 06-21-2015, 10:49 AM   #13
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Massive hailstorm came through here a couple weeks ago. I have about 20 holes in the roof of my 2005 Jay Series 1007 that look a lot like the ones in Micklouie's pictures. Seems like if a repair is good for one hole it should be good for 20 of them. I'd really like to avoid the cost of a roof replacement. Anybody have experience with that many holes?

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Massive hailstorm came through here a couple weeks ago. I have about 20 holes in the roof of my 2005 Jay Series 1007 that look a lot like the ones in Micklouie's pictures. Seems like if a repair is good for one hole it should be good for 20 of them. I'd really like to avoid the cost of a roof replacement. Anybody have experience with that many holes?

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I agree that it should work, but I haven't done it.

There is some discussion here about EPDM Rubber Coating.
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f6...tml#post303780

Perhaps that would be an answer, or perhaps some of the other discussion in the thread will help to give you a direction.

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Old 06-27-2015, 06:17 PM   #15
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I had a bunch of hail damage to im 1990 jay series 1006, some of them we bad enough to split the aluminum, I just filled them in with dicor self lvling and let them dry, then we had some pretty massive rainstorms all week and it didn't leak. I am most likely gonna try the product I asked about about over top of it.
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Eterna bond tape is another option. If you want the repair to be "invisible".thats another kettle of fish.
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I had a bunch of hail damage to im 1990 jay series 1006, some of them we bad enough to split the aluminum, I just filled them in with dicor self lvling and let them dry, then we had some pretty massive rainstorms all week and it didn't leak. I am most likely gonna try the product I asked about about over top of it.

I have used Dicor on a 1" patch last year. Lots of rain since then and no leaks. Just drove 4500km in some heavy rains. No issues
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