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Old 04-30-2007, 02:53 PM   #1
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Ok, the rubber apron/air dam on my P32 is in tatters. I removed it so I have a patterns to make a new one...what is everyone using? The original material clearly isn't up to it...Maybe just a large, cut up rubber door mat? Rubber roofing material? Mine was partially glued as well as screwed.
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Ok, the rubber apron/air dam on my P32 is in tatters. I removed it so I have a patterns to make a new one...what is everyone using? The original material clearly isn't up to it...Maybe just a large, cut up rubber door mat? Rubber roofing material? Mine was partially glued as well as screwed.
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We made one from a thin, nonflamable plastic child's sled.

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Old 04-30-2007, 04:56 PM   #4
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I went to Home depot and got a piece of shower pan liner, it is a heavy vinyl material that is used as the water barrier under a shower. It is 6' wide and you can purchase it whatever length you desire. Layed the old one on top and cut it the same. So far it is holding up well.
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