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Old 04-18-2007, 12:16 PM   #1
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Where we keep out RV for the winter, the guy was taking it outside to work on it, & wind caught his door & tore off the awning over the back window, well he replaced that, BUT there is a place that it made in the side of the RV. HOW, do I fix that?....Charlie hasn't seen it yet, but he will ....all ideas please
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Where we keep out RV for the winter, the guy was taking it outside to work on it, & wind caught his door & tore off the awning over the back window, well he replaced that, BUT there is a place that it made in the side of the RV. HOW, do I fix that?....Charlie hasn't seen it yet, but he will ....all ideas please
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Old 04-18-2007, 12:58 PM   #3
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If the RV is aluminum-skinned, the panel can be replaced if it is "holed" or dented beyond the capability of a paintless dent repair service to pop it out.

If the RV is filon or gel-coated fiberglass, a quality boat or Corvette repair facility is often your best bet. If you have a good relationship with your RV dealer, he might be able to recommend someone they have used successfully.

By the way, welcome to iRV2 - we're glad you found us but sorry that it has to be under these circumstances!

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If the damage is in an area where an iRV2.com sticker would cover and might look good; the area could be sealed and smoothed and our website logo sticker could be put over the spot. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
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Thanks for the advice, but it is on the inside of the awning arm, I will take it to the rv dealer here & see what they can do....But the website logo would be good, then people would know I am on this site, Thanks
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