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Old 04-01-2017, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default Just uncovered the FF today.

Its good to see the trailer uncovered. Finally got a good day and decided that it was time to let the trailer see the sun again. Everything looks good and I think its going to be a great year to go camping!
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Its good to see the trailer uncovered. Finally got a good day and decided that it was time to let the trailer see the sun again. Everything looks good and I think its going to be a great year to go camping!
Yippee! We aren't de-winterizing quite yet though up here. It was great to see our FF again. Missed it.
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While I was uncovering it, I decided to get on the roof and do an inspection. Everything looked good so I did a quick UV roof treatment.
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While I was uncovering it, I decided to get on the roof and do an inspection. Everything looked good so I did a quick UV roof treatment.
What do you use for that?
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Using UV on the RV......say that four times fast!
I think the stuff I use is Dicor but I'm not sure.
Twinster sounds like a great start to a smooth, laid-back camping season!!


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I use "Protect All Rubber Roof Treatment with UV Protection".
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BTW, if you are not aware, I believe our FF roofs are TPO Vinyl, not EPDM Rubber, at least going back to 2008 per the brochures. My 2010 FF 189FBR is definitely TPO because it is white all the way through.
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BTW, if you are not aware, I believe our FF roofs are TPO Vinyl, not EPDM Rubber, at least going back to 2008 per the brochures. My 2010 FF 189FBR is definitely TPO because it is white all the way through.
I just went through all of our paperwork with the new owners and the spec sheet for our 2008 specifically did say EPDM Rubber. Ours was also the last year that the roofs were flat and not arched.
The new owners loved the trailer. They have had six rv's over the years including a used type A that had been a $160,000 rig that they paid $80,000 for. But now they just wanted a weekend getaway rig that's easy to tow. She loved the white woodwork.
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I just went through all of our paperwork with the new owners and the spec sheet for our 2008 specifically did say EPDM Rubber.
My mistake. Starting in 2009 is when they used TPO as the roofing. I could not find any information about roofing for the 2008 model year.
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