Trim Material Recommendation
We have an issue with a small separation between the sidewall and front panels of our trailer. I have patched it once with silicone but that only lasts so long. The gap is starting to reappear where the silicone has become dried and worn away. I'm thinking that something like a 2 inch wide trim piece that could fold over the corner could be secured with Dicor (or something) and provide a secure cover so that water and or wind (while traveling) cant get into the crack and behind the sidewall.
Has anyone done a similar repair? If so, what type of trim material did you use and how did you attach it.
Trailer = 2012 Tango 28RLS
I remember watching this video in the past. Haven't had to do it myself but seems like maybe a solution.
Thanks Ray. I will see if that will work for my situation.
When we had our Tracer TT in for a new roof, I noticed a similar problem. Our trailer has the front fiberglass cap. So when the roof trim was removed at the top, the repair shop replaced the left and right corner aluminum trim with wider ones that covered the exposed edge of the fiberglass. Great problem solved
So there are larger trim pieces out there. Good luck with your fix.
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