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Old 07-01-2016, 02:30 PM   #1
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Jayco 23B expandable repair

I have a jayco 23b exp that needs to have repairs done to the expandables. Where it attaches at the top of the trailer is starting to seperate. Its not bad yet but need to be attended to. May be 3" at the corner. i am in the houston area-anybody know a good repair place or the best way to repair it myself.

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My first hybrid started to do that. I caught it early and used a flexible glue to keep it from getting bigger. The cause is 2 fold. #1. The cable that hold / supports the bunk end / door is too long, causing the material to be too tight. My Aerolite had 3 adjustment holes for the cable. So I just moved it to the middle hole, thus causing the bunk end to be about 3/4" higher. That in turn gives some relief to how tight the canvas material is stretched. #2 I'm going to guess with age the material might shrink a bit. So the first place to go is the corners.
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