It was a dark and stormy Halloween night when I went to pump anti-freeze in the Black Tank rinse.
Had a look inside and found some water dripping from the from of the slide because where I have it stored is not quite level it flowed that way. The drip seemed to be coming from the small hole along the edge of the bottom liner.
I went back today and opened the slide while it was still light and found the failing tape on the slide roof.
I spent a few hours here last night and found out about Eternabond. Do I need to remove the bad tape or can I clean it (how) and just cover it? Their site says use eternaprime for application below 40F.
I also think my slide probably needs adjusting. When I close it, even though from inside it looks like the top stops first, bottom continues in and floor lifts slightly, the outside top is not as tight as the bottom.
I used a tire depth gauge from the same point at each corner and get from the outside trim to wall: 24 mm top front, 22 mm top rear, 13 mm bottom front and 19 mm bottom rear.
Is that tight enough or should I buy a cover to protect it until a springtime repair?
I did see this post last night https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...elp-53691.html
but my slide is not like that all I see are the two tracks on the underside.
2105 Greyhawk 31FK