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Old 12-19-2012, 08:22 PM   #1
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Travel trailer door skin

Anyone know what the materiel is on the outer skin of a travel trailer door or how about doing a replacement I have a tear in my from a side swipe job done in a parking lot and I wanna be able to replace the skin when I pull the door off and redo the insulation.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:16 AM   #2
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You can get the material at Lowe's it's the fiberglass material with the texture you have to remove the lock and window and outer frame and skin the old stuff off and glue the new pieces in you can cut it prior to make it better to handle
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I've had some door skins made of metal. The trailer I have now has the skin made of glass board. Same as my bathroom walls in my house.
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Old 12-21-2012, 06:24 AM   #4
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It's the same material and weill do the same thing
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You can get the material at Lowe's it's the fiberglass material with the texture you have to remove the lock and window and outer frame and skin the old stuff off and glue the new pieces in you can cut it prior to make it better to handle
Do you have possibly an item number to go by my door is white with a textures finish im sure what your looking at lowes is the same stuff just curious if you have an item number and is it possible to do the outer door skin without taking the entire door off the hinges.
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Lowes has a almond and white that's the only colors in that texture style. The door needs to come off it's only 9 screws that holds it on.
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