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Old 10-07-2005, 07:15 AM   #1
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I will need to have it replaced soon. I am trying to slow the delamation down
with gray tape, not a pretty picture! Can I replace it or is it a job for someone
that knows what they are doing?? I assume that I can get just the fabric, and not
have to buy the whole assembley!!! Anyone been there done that???? coopcolt
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Old 10-07-2005, 07:15 AM   #2
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I will need to have it replaced soon. I am trying to slow the delamation down
with gray tape, not a pretty picture! Can I replace it or is it a job for someone
that knows what they are doing?? I assume that I can get just the fabric, and not
have to buy the whole assembley!!! Anyone been there done that???? coopcolt
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Old 10-07-2005, 07:38 AM   #3
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Hi, I have 2002 Sunrise and the slide cover if delaminating. Tried the duct tape, it came off in some high winds in Wyoming last month. Sure seems it should have lasted longer being an A&E. The 1977 class C I sold years ago, still has original awning. Seems to be a different fabric tho. I'm just now looking to replace it. Will try for the one with metal roll-up cover...haven't asked my local "independant" shop yet. C/W wants to sell me the whole unit...but I think I read the fabric can be done. I think I read a post about doing it yourself, might have been on the web not here. It did say you'll need at least 3 people to handle it.
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