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Old 07-16-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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Solving the leaky screw problem

It seems many RV manufacturers today are having problems with screws leaking. Some people are replacing every suspect screw with a stainless steel screw and some silicone in the hole. I think there is a better way. If every screw used on the outside of the coach would have a neoprene washer installed at the factory, there would be very few leaks. I helped erect steel buildings and grain bins that used a neoprene washer on every bolt and self drilling screw over 35 years ago. They still show no leaks.
BTW....this is not my idea. I looked at SOB toy hauler the other day and see that they are already doing this.
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Old 07-17-2012, 08:02 AM   #2
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Most of my screws are beveled headed and at least semi counter sunk. Will these washera work for this set up?
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Depends on the washer but yes, they make them for that.
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