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Old 10-23-2010, 09:56 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Craig P. View Post
Not sure if EternaBond would be the correct fix for your specific roof. I used it on my old Winnie and it worked well, but the two adjoining surfaces were at nearly the same level. If the roof of your Providence is anything like mine, the roof seam falls below the sidewall seam. I donít think EternaBond would work well in this case, especially around the end caps.

Hi Craig... if I'm not mistaken he's refering to the use of Eternabond TAPE on the seams and not Eternabond sealant.


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Old 10-23-2010, 10:20 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by RickO View Post
Hi Craig... if I'm not mistaken he's refering to the use of Eternabond TAPE on the seams and not Eternabond sealant.

Yes, I was talking about the tape. I'm not aware of any Eternabond sealant. Like I said, having never used it, I don't know much about Eternabond. Only what I've read on this site.

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You're right about the 5200. It's used for hull fittings below the waterline. I'm guessing your have either a Winnebago or Itasca.
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Hi Craig... if I'm not mistaken he's refering to the use of Eternabond TAPE on the seams and not Eternabond sealant.
That's what I was referring to as well Rick. I'm not on my roof right now, but from what I can remember, there is about a 1/8" drop from the end cap edges to the roof. I could be wrong, but I don't think EternaBond tape would seal properly....too much of a difference in the level of the two surfaces. Make sense? Not sure if I'm explaning it correctly.

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I paid around $100 bucks to have our coach's roof resealed about a year ago. They stripped all the old stuff off, cleaned the areas real good, and re-applied a quality sealant. This was done at every penetration except the 2 ac units. The air horns, two antennas, the sat dome, all the vents, sky light over the shower, ladder mounts, everything. I know this was done because I watched, and it took him all of an hour and 15 minutes to do.

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