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Old 06-18-2014, 09:21 AM   #11
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Bummer. I'd re-seal it up and enjoy it. May not be that attractive but save the $ on the repairs for more necessary repairs that may come up.
X2. Campers are a depreciating asset anyway, so just take it out and enjoy. I've seen folks in campgrounds with campers with the sides falling off and the wood exposed, etc, but they're thoroughly enjoying themselves. Mine does have a small bit of delamination in the rear from a previous roof leak that had since been fixed, and initially I harped on it a bit, but decided what the heck...I'm gonna enjoy it until it runs into the ground. THen replace it with something else to run to the ground... Happy camping!
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Old 06-18-2014, 11:12 AM   #12
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X2. Campers are a depreciating asset anyway, so just take it out and enjoy. I've seen folks in campgrounds with campers with the sides falling off and the wood exposed, etc, but they're thoroughly enjoying themselves.
You should of stopped by and said hi to me ;-) I don't think I have ever owned a camper with out some kind of past water damage...
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Yeah our old camper was like that. Just make sure the leak is fixed and fahget about it.
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Neighbor just had his front cap replaced on his North Shore TT. Cost was around 8k with repairing the original problem with leaking clearance lights. It was not as bad as yours. I would be wary of any structural damages associated with the leak.
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