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Old 07-16-2005, 02:11 PM   #1
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I'm currently taking the roof apart in my 1985 Toyota Mini Cruiser. There is a material that looks something like contact paper but has a thicker paper backing to it that runs up around the bunk end ceiling and down the length of the camper. Does anyone know what this stuff is called?
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I'm currently taking the roof apart in my 1985 Toyota Mini Cruiser. There is a material that looks something like contact paper but has a thicker paper backing to it that runs up around the bunk end ceiling and down the length of the camper. Does anyone know what this stuff is called?
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Its probably Tyvek or similar paper they put around the OSB on new houses. It lets the moisture out, but keeps the moisture from getting into the house. much better than tarpaper they use to use. Do not know for sure though. But it would be good to use this material. Get it at Lowes or Home Depot or other home supply place. s/Toby
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