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Old 10-29-2016, 02:20 PM
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RV belly fabric repair

Finally got around to repairing the belly fabric where the propane lines enter from underneath. Cleaned real good with alcohol and applied the fabric tape. I tried using gorilla tape and didn't hold up to the road moisture.

Might want to peak under the trailer for entry points for the unwanted guest.















 
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Is this what you used?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002SSGAZG...I36HRF0YMZC5EF

It looks like you did a good job and took your time.
 
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That's it and worked great. The hardest part was trying to get the backing off of the fabric with fat fingers. Tried to get some of it smoother but the wind is huffing pretty good and tomorrow is relocation day to next the spot so today is maintenance while I have a chance.
 
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Nice work! Belly tape is amazingly sticky and tough. It's really hard to get off the backing when your fingers are cold!
 
 
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