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Old 07-04-2020, 05:19 PM   #1
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Plastic Fenders

So we have a 2020 Jay Feather 22RB which we are finally getting a chance to use, you know the drill. Anyway went to storage and picked it up today and all is good, refrigerator check lights runs on propane that always seems to come up in conversations. And to make it better the fan that came in the unit on top of the fan was a bit noisy replaced with fan from thecoolerguys.com much better. Anyway when the trailer was sitting in the driveway the sun was on the east side hitting it and I noticed the plastic fender had some pretty large gaps that I had never seen. MInd you this is right next to the step to get in so we see them all the time. Go out tonight to put step up so son can get his vehicle out of the garage and now the fender is tight up against the body but it is on the shady side now and the temperature has gone from 89-90 down to mid 70s. Is this just kind of a normal thing or should it be addressed as I am taking it to dealer so he can check gate valves on gray water as on trip we get about a half a gallon of water out of the cap even when gate is closed.


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Old 07-04-2020, 06:23 PM   #2
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I would think you are just noticing the expansion and contraction of the fender in relation to your camper. If it split or cracked that would be another matter.

We get a little grey water leak through the valve but it is a cup or two.

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