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Old 02-21-2007, 05:36 PM   #1
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Hi I just bought a 1995 jayco 1006 and there are a couple problems that I would like to get your input on. First is where the canvas material pulls over the corner of the bunks, it is ripped there. Would it be a good idea to add a snap (button) to hold it in place? Also I noticed a couple small holes in roof. I am going to silicone those and I see no visible water damage on the roof in the inside. Also there are some spots right where the tent material meets the body that the plastic connection piece has tore away from the tent material leaving a gap in between to aluminum body and the tent material. This is visible at the very corners of the trailer and near the door. Any tips and advice on how to deal with these problems would be very appreciated. Also the designer fabric trim that runs along the ceiling lines inside the trailer has began to fall off the ceiling in certain places. Can I just use a pnuematic brad nailer to re-attach those? Thank You ahead of time.

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Old 05-29-2007, 08:58 AM   #2
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I have a 94 1406 that has the same material as yours. The tears in the corners I bought a repair kit and sewed the corners then put a patch over that. Looks like one of those sports jackets now. The designer trim is just held up there by some staples if I recall correctly. Nails could be too long for the roof.
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