Maintenance of the body of the camper
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- B190 Year: 1996
I'm trying to figure out a good way to seal the "blue stripe". I have used the flex seal tape and caulking that works for a time, but then dries out, freezes and is now failing. I do believe the blue stripe is deceiving. Does it "seal" an upper and lower half of the shell or is it purely decorative? I have a '94 with a bit of a leak and hard to find the source.
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I have he inside of my 96 gutted the fiberglass piece of just one solid piece with no seam. Where's the leak at?
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- B190 Year: 1991
- WBCCI: 13270
- Location: Annapolis, MD
I believe the blue trim covers the seam where the two halves of the top were joined.
I wouldn’t be surprised if they added fiberglass inside, making the seam hard to see on the inside.
1991 Airstream B190 - bought, 2005; sold, 2011; bought 2017
1995 Airstream Excella 30' trailer
WBCCI #13270, Washington, DC Unit