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Re: water-tight trailers


Thanks for the response.  What is involved in "maintaining the seals"?


At 05:24 PM 1/24/2000 -0800, BE wrote:
>Yes, do look for a single piece of aluminum for the roof.  Several brands
>now use single sheet roof.  But, remember that you'll still need to maintain
>seals around doors and windows, as well as where the roof is attached to the
>sidewalls because leaks will develop there as the sealing materials dry from
>summer's heat and crack from heat and stresses exerted as the trailer is
>So, without routine inspection and maintenance you'll still get wet inside!
>So Oregon (yep, it rains a lot here too)

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