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Old 04-30-2010, 12:49 PM   #29
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this is a moho so the segment, ribs and repair are slightly different.

also matching these 90s PRE clearcoat panels isn't perfect now.

the depth of that bash appears deeper in the latest pics...

so pounding out may not look as nice a laura's did, but hers look pretty darn good.

comp insurance rates do NOT generally go up with 1 claim, especially 1 like this.

of course there is the deductible and time/travel for repair.

we only get 1 side of the story but there are some ?

-was the unit MOVED before u noticed this or notified the park management ?

-can some1 storing a unit outdoors, IN THE TREES reasonably expect nothing to happen tree related?

-IF the park did formal tree work resulting in THIS, well that's different.

-but many/most storage lots and long term rv parks have owners SIGN a release (which may be useless)

and describe HOW these issues are handled in the paperwork...

IF there's no video record, it's possible some OTHER rig/person did this too (the park owner could suggest that's the case)

at some point it just becomes smoooshed metal.

figure out what ya wanna do and get to it.

colaws salvage in MO may just have a period correct moho end cap (and inside segment) for this repair.

coulda been worse, imagine IF a window was broken months ago as part of this, and a winter worth of snow/water was inside....

((do folks really NOT visit a stored unit for months?...))


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