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RE: Sikaflex 221 for side mounted fridge vent?

The sika worked for attaching the bezel a little more strongly so when I pull out the side fridge vent I don't strain the bezel so much. Would have used procell, but amazon is charging double from rv parts stores! And I wanted to plug this leak fast. Local place had sika in stock. Apparently the Lexel product is good too.
Camp woof 01/11/22 08:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Sikaflex 221 for side mounted fridge vent?

Thanks Fulltimers, most of my silicone sreals are fine, it's some mechanical stresses that I think did in a few others.
Camp woof 01/06/22 09:22pm Truck Campers
RE: Sikaflex 221 for side mounted fridge vent?

Thanks HMS! I respect your knowledge of fiberglass from reading this forum for some years. This is for a bigfoot, which I know you have. Dave
Camp woof 01/04/22 03:00pm Truck Campers
Sikaflex 221 for side mounted fridge vent?

Driving myself crazy reading about sealants. I need to reseal the bezel of the fridge access cover. Hopefully I'll never have to replace that plastic bezel. I'd like to use a sealant that can be touched up. Will use painters tape to try to keep sealant contained. Will clean with a mineral spirit Use the sikaflex, or stick with silicone and hope not to get some pinhole leaks? Im not the best sealer whatever the material! The original silicon looks to have failed because of a mechanical failure. One of the screws used to secure the bezel popped out. Happy New Year, and thanks. Dave
Camp woof 01/04/22 02:17pm Truck Campers
RE: New truck and TC.

I have 2019 cummins 3500 dually, factory air, and bigfoot 10.4. Im a fulltimer and somehow loaded up to almost 14k pounds. I dont notice the air, i notice the shocks seem very overwhelmed on bumpy dirt roads when crawling along at 5mph. Careful, factory air will only take so much weight before it spits out a warning message, and im not sure what the computer will do at that point.
Camp woof 09/11/21 04:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Inside to outside temp difference

I see 10 degrees mostly, sometimes a little more in my Bigfoot. I mostly look at the coldest morning temps.
Camp woof 09/11/21 04:41pm Truck Campers
RE: Who is a Full Timer with a Camper?

I started fulltimimg Sept. 2019, just before this *"#:! Covid stuff. Fulltimimg in a truck camper is even better than I thought, I'm having a blast!I'm in a 2019 ram dually and bigfoot 10.4 truck camper. I carry a couple bicycles, inflatable kayak, 12lb dog ... And have tons of room. So much room that where I thought I'd be at 13,200 lbs max weight, I ran just over 14k on a cat scale. Embarrassing, I tossed stuff out this past Christmas. Now I have even more storage room inside. I primarily boondock in the west. what I've learned... I never take the camper off (easy to drive rig with camper on), don't need 4wd mode much, but do like the ground clearance, and don't like how slow you have to driver over rough roads, easy to take 2 gallon or less showers ... Oh, and both I and the dog love my catalytic propane heater. Dave
Camp woof 04/03/21 04:38pm Truck Campers
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