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Old 08-13-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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RV body shop in Houston/Galveston for delamination issue?

Anybody recommend a good shop? 1991 Toyota Warrior "classic" so can't spend a fortune. Thank you.
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:40 PM   #2
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Fixing delamination can cost a fortune if done correctly. Problem is you do not know the extent of the damage to the structure until you get inside the wall. On a 1991, I would not spend the time or $$$ to fix delamination. make sure you have the leaks fixed and enjoy the RV.

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Delamination and affordable are contradictory terms. The chances of you landing at a "body shop" that will take your money to do a repair that might be temporary at best is pretty good? I would advise that you proceed very carefully....
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Old 09-23-2012, 12:35 AM   #4
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You can try a "DIY" job. There are a couple of options out there.
www.delamrepair.com is one
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Old 09-23-2012, 01:21 AM   #5
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My Airstream Cutter - in common with others I've seen - has small areas of delamination just behind the rear windows on each side. Given the age and the likely cost - and the fact that in such a soft used RV market it is just about worthless, I regard it as a throwaway when we finish it and so wouldn't throw any money at fixing it.

If it gets to the stage of flapping around too much, I'll just drill holes through the wall (in an tastefully artistic pattern of course) and bolt it so it is firm.
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Talk with ARTURO's in Texas City. They are one of the best auto-body shops around. You'll just have to question them regarding you specific situation. If anyone can do it, I'd wager they could.

While in TC, stop by the Kawi shop off I-45 and give Keith and Albert my regards.

Editited: Here is their info:

702 9th Avenue North Texas City, TX 77590

(409) 948-2599
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