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Old 07-12-2010, 10:36 PM   #1
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2009 Georgie Boy Cruisemaster Water Leak

I have a 2009 Georgie Boy Cruiser Master with Drivers side Full Wall slide, After driving in heavy rain I keep getting wet carpet in the area above the rear drivers side tire, Orginally I thought I had a bad seal over the fender well on the rear drivers side, but fail to find any water build up at all here.

But I have discovered that inside the fender well it appears the sub floor does not have any type of guard and you can actaully see what appears to be the edge of the sub floor, on top of a steel channel which runs across.

What I was wondering is if anyone could look inside there rear well and see if they to can see the support along with the subfloor, starting to think that the water is seeping in here, On the passenger side there appears to be a cover.
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I thing you have found your problem if passenger side looks sealed. I would have dealer get it sealed as the passenger side.
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Well don't really have a dealer to take it too, It also looks like a easy fix the main questons was wanting someone to look at there unit and confirm that there should be a cover there.

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The water will sure enter those cracks you shouldn't have bare wood in that area.
I would get some of that rubber under coating sealer and spray the heck out of it.
Even apply some type of metal sheathing before, if something to nail to.
You could squeeze a sealant in cracks before the rubber application.
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That wasmy general idea, going to cap it and seal and then put shield over that figure a little over kill want hurt it.

Also pointing it out just in case someone else happens to have what I figure was a over site to seal this area.
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