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Old 06-29-2016, 09:06 PM   #11
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Probably not, to penetrate the aluminum stud, but that's just my opinion.
We have an aluminum sided Rv. Does that mean we have wood studs?
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In that case, yes you have wood studs. Assuming you have have a Jay Flight?
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If wood studs, you can take your pick of fasteners. May can even squirt a little wood glue behind the panel and use a small finishing nail.
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In that case, yes you have wood studs. Assuming you have have a Jay Flight?
It's a Jay flight 174bh Baja. Aluminum sided. I see wood inside like when I look in the refrigerator compartment.
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Pretty much all interior walls are wood framed regardless, but being a jay flight and aluminum sided, I'd say you have wood framed exterior walls. Makes it easy.
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I'd use a 2 part epoxy and be done with it. NO SCREWS!
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Well guys, today it got worse. There are little bubbles forming at the base that look like water intrusion. We have monsoons going on here in North AZ, and she has got quite the amount of rain. Sent pics to dealer, they want me to bring her in.

This sucks as it is brand new and we switched brands and traded in our other one because we thought these would be a better deal.

Had a trip planned to great basin national park on the eighth. Ugh.
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Well guys, today it got worse. There are little bubbles forming at the base that look like water intrusion. We have monsoons going on here in North AZ, and she has got quite the amount of rain. Sent pics to dealer, they want me to bring her in.

This sucks as it is brand new and we switched brands and traded in our other one because we thought these would be a better deal.

Had a trip planned to great basin national park on the eighth. Ugh.
That was my concern. Water changes everything. Let your dealer take care of it if it's under warranty. Perhaps they can fix where the water is coming in until later and you won't have to miss your trip.

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