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Camper siding bubble.
The result is a convex air pocket that causes bonding agent failure and separation.
We also stock rv siding in a variety of patterns.
A bubble forms over the unglued pocket which will grow in size over.
Camper supply stores simply don t sell it as they assume this is not a repair to be done by the public or they want to do the work in their shop.
These include 2 mesa 3 mesa 3 mesa with reverse fleetwood 3 mesa 1 4 winnebago mesa 4 mesa with reverse 4 run 3 run 2 run starbrite aluminum 120 a mini yoder and 120 c yoder factory seamed rv siding.
W hat s the most inexpensive way to deal with a soft wall spot where there was prior water damage.
Aluminum can range between 045 and 056 of an inch thick.
Many rv owners prefer aluminum siding material because it s affordable and.
Two years ago i noticed the side wall on the back corner of our 2007 rv starting to bubble up.
Also the outside has a bubble.
Aluminum siding used to be the de facto choice for rv manufacturers but most have switched to fiberglass siding because of its durability lightweight properties and lower overall cost.
Is there any way of smoothing it without spending a fortune.
The supplier who sold me the fiberglass panels would not sell me the glue because it is a hazardous material and he was not able to ship a hm product.
The overall answer is that most rv siding sections are not that thick.
How thick is rv siding.
Some can go as thin as 030 of an inch thick.
We specialize in manufacturing our rv parts in just 24 to 48 hours.
It all depend son the type of aluminum siding you want and how it is made.
Under our window the day nite shade pulled out and upon inspection we found a little hole where wall is soft and we need to fill it in with something and patch it but are clueless where to begin.
The best you can hope for is to achieve an acceptable looking result and stop any further damage.
Removing and repairing the entire sidewall is the only way you ll restore your rv sidewall back to new condition.