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Old 06-08-2011, 10:29 PM   #15
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in a pinch you can cover the hole till you find a new one with" carpet cover" that the real estate companys use for for open houses .it is available at home depot and it will not blow off or leak. i have first hand experience with it after falling and putting a arm through one on my first mh.it held all december and january outside in oregon rain and snow. camping world was the one that turned me on to it

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Old 06-08-2011, 10:35 PM   #16
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............Dave, as mentioned by op, Eternabond tape, but if not readily available, I'm sure you have a WalMart close to you, some gorilla tape may not look good but will get you buy until permanent installation. Once you start the permanent replacement, don't forget the "BUTYL TAPE" under the new SKYLIGHT, makes for a perfect seal. Good luck, travel safe.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:21 AM   #17
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Has anyone replaced their skylight with plexiglas? I did a real dumb thing yesterday, stepped on mine and broke it while washing the roof. It's 32 X 32 neon shaped (5 sides) and am having a hard time finding one I can get before our trip next weekend. Is there a reason it is dome shaped? Assuming height is not an issue, why can I not use plexiglas?


the coast dist. corp. carries a whole page of skylights. Their phone #1 800 241 6126

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