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Old 02-05-2013, 06:55 PM   #15
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:30 PM   #16
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Will do. The West Systems seem to be worth a try. I CAN push the bubble back into place and it feels solid. There is no indication from interior of any damage.
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Old 02-06-2013, 09:12 AM   #17
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I had two small spots on mine that had sun blistered and cracked. I sanded down in stages until I got to the luan. I stabilized the luan with JB Weld and built the area back up with fiberglass epoxy and cloth. Sanded, primed and painted the area. The paint was not a perfect match so I still have to repaint but I'm down with back problems. a few photo's attached. Almost anything is possible.

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Old 02-07-2013, 01:48 PM   #18
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Thi time, I will definitely take photos. By the way, I saw at one time that someone is offering videos. You might find them in Google
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:42 AM   #19
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Epoxy injection can slow further delamination and tighten things up. If the outer skin is quite deformed it might be harder to do. Look up a product called Composet SLV epoxy. the website is www.delamrepair.com
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On my first MH I had a 6' panel delam. I called a home spray in insulation company that fills your S&B home walls with insulated foam. they came out and we set up a brace from my truck to the MH, opened 3 - 1/2" holes under the delam, sprayed in the foam, and let it sit for 24 hrs. Total cost $320. It not only fixed the problem but sound proofed that section as well. I repaired the small holes with fiberglass and you would never tell it was done.
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That sounds like a innovative way to do it. Did you put the brace on before or after they filled it?
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That sounds like a innovative way to do it. Did you put the brace on before or after they filled it?
Before they filled it because it goes in under pressure and expands. that's why it worked so well and sealed the whole inside.
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That's good to know for the future. Our home is 13 years old' and we are going to full time soon. You can never tell when something like a that will happen.
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Mine delamed under the driver window, big big section. I repaired it from the inside out. To this day you would never know it had an issue.
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