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Old 01-07-2015, 02:32 PM   #11
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Delamination Problems

I answered previously in quick reply. All literature recommends checking all outside openings for proper gaskets and sealant. All manufactures claim they use the most effective materials, of course they have be applied when the TT is built.
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Old 01-12-2015, 09:16 PM   #12
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I hope we did not screw up. We ordered a 2015 Jay Flight and specified fiberglass exterior. I always thought it was better than the aluminum. We have had a Jay Flight with aluminum for 9 years with no real issues. I do however notice that the aluminum bubbles out a little when towing like wind is getting under it in spots. I thought the fiberglass would be better sealed and easier to clean. Now I am reading all these posts about delamination and am worried I should have looked into this further.
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What are we looking at? Is it moisture or temperature the cause? Aircraft Co are starting to use this type of manufacture and there is no issue. It must be how it's maintained and cared for.
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I hope we did not screw up. Now I am reading all these posts about delamination and am worried I should have looked into this further.
The issue with delamination has been around since the start with smooth sided trailers and it's not just with Jayco.Key Stone TT's like Sprinter and a few of their others are the worst.I will say that the technology has gotten better and Jayco has it down probably better than most but the problem still persists. Next time your camping walk the CG's and look for it on other trailers.
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