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Old 08-05-2016, 11:53 PM   #1
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Bubbles in rear wall of 5th wheel

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Can anyone out there tell me if the back wall on the Crossroads Cruiser 5th wheel is glued. I was told by the dealer where I purchased my rig, that the back wall was not glued. I recently discovered that I have a few bubbles in the rear wall and am trying to figure out if there is a leak.
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Do you have any pictures of the type of rear wall you have?
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Do you have any pictures of the type of rear wall you have?
No I do not, but can get some . Have you encountered a similar problem. My rig is a 2011
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What year? Some of the rv's come with something called a soft wall. It is not laminated like the side walls. (I had one) After a few years the bubbles appeared. Water was leaking in from the top running lights. The hole was 1" in diameter for a 1/8" wire. I filled the holes in with rubber caulk and the caulked around the top and sides of the lens of the light.
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No I do not, but can get some . Have you encountered a similar problem. My rig is a 2011
Not on my Cruiser, I have a rear full fiberglass cap. Previous trailer was laminated fiberglass rear wall and I'm pretty sure it wasn't glued. It didn't bubble in four years I had it but I think Marks on the right track with possible water intrusion.
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