Started by keeena, April 01, 2018, 03:23:02 AM
Quote from: keeena on April 01, 2018, 03:23:02 AMOpening up the trailer after winter hibernation and I was greeted to a very tiny bit of water hanging from 2 spots on the rear cross member (the aluminum 2"x? tube over the rear ramp door opening). I noticed it was coming out some small holes about 3" up on the tube (meaning: not coming from behind/above the ceiling panel)...realized that the tube was probably full of water. Drilled 2 drain holes on the bottom of the cross member and at least a gallon of water came out. Haha.Took a quick look at the roof. The factory seam seal generally looks fine, but will seal a couple spots and loading lights / license plate light / etc...as they look a bit poorly done Just curious if any of you have heard of this type of issue and had a specific item to look at.Water could have been collecting since 2 winters ago for all I know (bought in April 2016, so this is my second winter). I did have it parked a bit nose-high this year.
Quote from: keeena on April 01, 2018, 08:04:21 PMThanks guys. What would you guys recommend for sealing the lights? I have EternaBond 6" roof tape and Dicor self-leveling sealant, but not sure what I'd use for the lights. @Merlin - I noticed that about the lights. The sealant was very easy to peel off and seems to be put on pretty poorly. At least the trailer won't rot!