So last month I had posted a pic of the upper rear corner of my Pace Arrow and someone had suggested a fiberglass repair. Well, I decided to go that route and wanted to share my progress.
Here is the pic of the broken corner:
I made a form out of wood to lay the fiberglass on.
Here it is after a few layers of fiberglass. The salvaged original piece fit partially on to my wooden form so I could overlap the fiberglass to it.
I used vaseline as my release agent to get it off the mold. That worked surprisingly well. I had gotten the idea from a youtube video. Here it is just after I had pulled it off the form. My top overlap had come loose a bit which is why I have the clamp on it.
Here it is with the excess trimmed off. I had put a layer of spray pain on to check color match and ended up sanding it a bit afterwards. I also drilled the holes for the side marker light. I am working now on repairing the broken corner of the backup camera housing. Spray foam on the under side of the camera housing to give the fiberglass something to form to worked well.
Now all I have left is a small bit of work on the camera housing and then on to paint and installation. It probably won't be as smooth and nice as the original, but it will certainly be functional and look better than the broken corner.