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Old 09-12-2007, 01:41 PM   #1
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I did a temp fix on a small area of the 92 coach two years ago but my problem now is an area of 3 feet wide from the top to bottom trim moulding.

does anybody know a good repair depot in the Detroit or sarnia area. I'm 60 miles north of Port Huron in Canada.

I know this is going to be costly, but at least I would like it done properly.

advice and/or donations gratefully welcome.
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I did a temp fix on a small area of the 92 coach two years ago but my problem now is an area of 3 feet wide from the top to bottom trim moulding.

does anybody know a good repair depot in the Detroit or sarnia area. I'm 60 miles north of Port Huron in Canada.

I know this is going to be costly, but at least I would like it done properly.

advice and/or donations gratefully welcome.
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Old 09-12-2007, 06:50 PM   #3
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Never used them but a couple of people I know have and were happy with the service.
A&S RV. They are in Auburn Hills, MI. Fairly close to M-59 on Opdyke Rd. Not real close to you, but you aren't getting a lot of responses, thought I would at least mention them.
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Old 09-30-2007, 09:07 AM   #4
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been off line for a couple weeks....but thanks for the referral. I wil call them and I'm also going to check with the mfg. If they had a production default surely they know about it and will co-operate. Or is that too much to expect.
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A lot would depend on the manufacturer, although with a coach as old as yours I don't think they will do much for you. The may be able to recommend a repair facility, or provide you with information to assist in the repair.
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Gordon,
another thing to check are the rivets under the side trim .
Mine have popped loose and caused more delamination on our 94 HR .

Had to re -rivet the sides .
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Master Tech in Elkhart, IN is excellent at delam repairs. Their website is www.mastertechrvservices.com
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