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Old 05-09-2004, 11:59 AM   #1
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Reattaching banana wraps?

I have removed the front corner banana wraps on our 76 31' to work out the dents. My question is when I reattach them, (they overlap on the outside of the side skin) , should I use a small bead of Vulkem between the wrap and skin sheet to stop any water from running down the inside of the wrap? Also whe reattaching the Extrusion that the trim fits in, should that also be reattached with vulkem underneath it or just run a bead on the top edge after it is riveted in place?
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Old 05-09-2004, 04:58 PM   #2
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yes---yes---an

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cepten you should use that gutter seal vea a syring on top 0 the
outside trim piece!!

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Old 05-10-2004, 04:44 AM   #3
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I have removed the front corner banana wraps on our 76 31' to work out the dents. My question is when I reattach them, (they overlap on the outside of the side skin) , should I use a small bead of Vulkem between the wrap and skin sheet to stop any water from running down the inside of the wrap? Also whe reattaching the Extrusion that the trim fits in, should that also be reattached with vulkem underneath it or just run a bead on the top edge after it is riveted in place?
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Mike..I'd love to see a few pictures of what you're doing..I have a 64 Globe Trotter that will be undergoing that same process oneday ..
btw, don't forget to put some Vulkum on the rivets before you insert and pop them..I always put a dab on the hole left after pop'in the rivet too~ As this opening could act as a channel for water to find it's way inside.
kEEP UP THE GOOD WORK`!!
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