After tearing the Bambi II down to the studs and replacing pretty much everything and sealing the inside seams of the outer skins, I still have three aggravating leaks.
The most major one is the main door...with a new seal from VTS. I know I have to seal the door eyebrow better (water runs down behind it and it is supposed to stop the water from getting to the door seam). I am considering fabricating and adding an oversized eyebrow (deeper than original) to keep more water from the top of the door. These are often seen on older trailers- even early Bambis.
I also have leaks in the bottom corners (presumably) of the front streetside window and the small (galley) curbside window. I plan to remove all interior trim around the windows and put a nice bead of Tempro around all of the window frames inside. The streetside window leak had been there forever as far as I can tell because that is where the main floor rot was when I tore things apart. I can see light (just a speck) at the bottom rear corner of the galley window. Seems a tiny hole for a leak, but it happens.
Incidentally, with the awning extended, the main door and galley window leaks are taken care of. Just gotta keep the majority of water running down the sides and not into the critical areas.
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