gerry boucher wrote:So When are you going camping in it?
Very fine looking end cap.
Are you using some sort of water proof stuff under the hinge and the wood
that holds the rubber hinge, as well as the end caps?
If so what is your choice of stuff?
Mary wrote:What would you do??? Besides epoxy?...The thought of epoxy make me shudder...
madjack wrote:MK, that is right on da monet' ...be sure to seal it to front trim and under the hinge/trim back to the center of the hinge...while I am a proponent of urethane sealers, the construction adhesive has one negative...it is pretty well a permanent fix...if you should use it on a place that might need removal in the future, it could pose a real problem...we use 1part auto windshield sealant/adhesive and I am going to give SikaFlex 221 a try on the future build...they are both 1part sealers with a slight adhesive side to them....
Jack says that the SikaFlex 221 SF product is not the choice use the plain 221 wrote:I think I would choose the Sikaflex 221 SF Product
Siaflex 221 SF read description and product benefits
The SF may be your choice
NO oder and elastic~
Micro469 wrote:That's reall nice Mary....Just wondering if your hatch trim will catch on it when you open or close the hatch....
Miriam C. wrote::oops: Yep I am gonna do it. That is the most beautiful rain diverter I have seen---however---what will you do to trim the top trim to it? I really want to know cause I am copying!
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