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RE: Travel Trailer Roof leaks / repair questions

If that's a metal roof I'm seeing , would be much more efficient to use flex seal and brush it's self leveling. Do something ASAP. I ordered several rolls a 4" dicor seal tape and 3 gallons of dicor metal roof sealant. I have the area covered up with a tarp right now so that it can't leak anymore. As soon as the weather is conducive I'm going to tape up all the joints a put 2 coats across the whole roof
Hammerdown3512 02/10/20 07:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Roof leaks / repair questions

Here are pictures of my roof where I think it's leaking. Seam near right side of slide out. On the inside picture you can see the damage to the panel. Should I coat this entire roof after taking up all the seams and dicor sealing around all vents, etc? Or should i just seal the seams and forgo coating the roof? width=640 width=640
Hammerdown3512 02/09/20 10:35am Travel Trailers
Travel Trailer Roof leaks / repair questions

Hello. I need to travel trailer ownership and I just bought a 2015 Recreation by Design Royal 40'non park model with 2 slides. I have a couple of questions. I have a leak that I'm pretty sure is where part of the roof meets the sidewall I've been told this is a common area for leaks. I've been looking at the products to coat roofs with. the dicor specifically, the tape, caulk and roof sealant. Is this what I should be using for a metal roof? Am I going about this the right way of sealing the roof entirely to see if that fixes the leak or is there other methods? I figure if I type up all the corners role good and still the entire roof and redo all the dicor around vents what not, ill most likey cure the leak. Thoughts? Thank you very much in advance. I'm fresh out of a divorce and I'm gonna have to live in this trailer for a year or 2 woth my kids so ive got to fix this right.
Hammerdown3512 02/09/20 10:31am Travel Trailers
RE: 1st trailer... septic hookup questions

Yeah, I don't know the exact size of the tank shed my trailer will be delivered at beginning of next week. I bought it from a place 2hrs away. I wenti saw it in person but didnt ask about tank capacities. Its a 40ft that sleeps 6 so i imagine its pretty big tanks. Its just me 4 nights a week and 4 kids 9 and under 3 nights a week.
Hammerdown3512 01/14/20 07:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: 1st trailer... septic hookup questions

Thanks guys. I plan on a PVC pipe hookup. How do you know when tanks are full? Is there a guage or you just visually check?
Hammerdown3512 01/14/20 05:33am Travel Trailers
1st trailer... septic hookup questions

Hello. So I just bought my 1st trailer 2015 Royal Travel 40 ft. This is going to be my home for a couple of years as I am fresh out of a divorce and broke with ruined credit... :( Anyway, My father has 5 acres with well and septic on it and is gonna let me put this trailer there for awhile While I get back on my feet. My questions is this trailer is not a park model has a RV toilet and the tanks. When I go to hook it up to septic, How do I need to do the tank maintenance? I've heard that I should leave the Gray water open all the time but never leave black water open just let the black water out a couple times a week. But then somebody was telling me that I need to leave the Gray water filled up to flush the black water so I'm confused. My father has own several trailers but never one that was not a park model. All his have standard toilets. I got this trailer at a really good deal and its all i can afford right now so ill have to make due with a non park model. Thanks! David
Hammerdown3512 01/13/20 08:04pm Travel Trailers
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