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Old 04-16-2017, 07:35 PM   #1
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Skylight sealant

I have a 2008 Winnebago View and need to replace the skylight. I looked at the skylight and it looks like there is some sealant on the it to ensure no water gets in the RV.

It doesn't look like silicone, wondering what it can be
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Email your question plus your VIN and Serial Number to:

OR@Winnebagoind.com.

Winnebago will look up the build sheet for your RV and then can tell you any part number you may need.

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Probably Dicor self leveling

Dicor self leveling sealant

Dicor self leveling sealant on Amazon
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