Here is a tale for all of you. Went to Alaska my third time. You would think I learned my lesson and not go again but the call was to much. It's the road that will get you or lack of it. This last time my fresh water drain valve got sheared off. All that was left was the plastic. Shoved a bolt in with teflon tape. Covered it with the spray insulation foam. The road from Whitehorse, Yukon to Tok is the killer. Just like a washboard. Lost a cap on the exterior pvc tube that housed a drain hose. AS white on one side and red on the other. If you see it keep it. The vibration loosened the clamps in the bathroom holding the sink up. Why you ask didn't they use stainless steel sink over the counter. I had to reinsert some pins and used white epoxy. It's not going anywhere. Now the best part. The road was being rebuilt. It seems to be a rite of spring. Grind up the road and put a layer of grit mixed in. Then to keep the dust down they put water or in some cases light oil. You would think since 1942 they would have that highway in class A, but no. The frost heaves get you. The grit flew up and sandblasted paint off the front covers. Thinking of painting them RED so you would recognize me. It also removed the plasti coat, clear coat to some so at night when you shine a light around the door and front windows you can tell some is missing. I know your going to say filliform. I have that in some areas so I can to a certain extend recognize it. Question is do I remove the clear coat and spray over bare aluminum or leave just leave as it. I don't mind polishing the aluminum. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Oh did I mention that after 3500 miles I had to change the air filter. AC went out. After being back a month I am still working on it. Never again.