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Old 08-27-2013, 10:55 AM   #15
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Looking for some expert advise . Had a tire blowout that totally blew off our fender skirt, ripped up the metal around the area & left a lot of tire rubber on the camper. Can anyone tell me how to get this rubber residue off the side of the camper?

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Been there, done that!
Goo Gone from Home Depot or Lowes will disolve the black marks.
I switched from factory installed 10 ply Good Year to 14 ply rubber. Never a problem since. We are high mileage full timers. I also instaled Tire Tracker from Tecnorv.com that warns me of any potential tire problems while travelling. Great peace of mind.
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Be aware that Magic Eraser is an abrasive and as such can damage the surface if used too aggressively.
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