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Old 04-13-2014, 09:21 AM   #1
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Eternabound Tape

Where is the cheapest place to buy Eternabound looking for 3x50 roll.Thank you
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:24 AM   #2
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Larry, I may be wrong but I think they only make 2" or 4". I bought a roll of 4X50 from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/EternaBond-RSW.../dp/B002RSIK4G
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Old 04-13-2014, 11:41 AM   #3
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That's a good price!
Three years ago I paid $63.62 shipped to my door------for 4X25 ft.
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Hunter11 is correct on the sizes, now it is available in White, tan, grey and black.
Great stuff.
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Old 04-13-2014, 05:33 PM   #5
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I bought 6" X 50' roll in March for $82 from RV Upgrades - Eternabond Products. This link is to all the Eternabond products they stock.
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I bought 4"x50ft roll on ebay at the best price I could find
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:35 AM   #7
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Thanks guys, Hunter I just found on Amazon 3x50 eternabound tape for 45.88 with free shipping. Just order it be here in 5 days.I just google eternabound tape a bunch of website came up I went to www.amazon.com Hope this helps somebody.
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I'm surprised they have the 3" tape. They don't even advertize 3" on the Eternabond website.

Guess we were wrong.
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The amazon link that showed up on my thread is not the link to go too. Google Eternabond tape and pick the that is www.amazon .com
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A few years back I did every seam on the roof of my coach, especially where the front and rear caps meet the rubber..I even did around the shower sky light, I have never done another thing to the roof and I have never had any kind of water leak...well worth the expense and time it takes....
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I bought 6" X 50' roll in March for $82 from RV Upgrades - Eternabond Products. This link is to all the Eternabond products they stock.
How did you do it without it showing on the front cap and with that black goop they use over the screws? Seems like it will stick out like a sore thumb especially on the Sunsets with dark front cap.
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How did you do it without it showing on the front cap and with that black goop they use over the screws? Seems like it will stick out like a sore thumb especially on the Sunsets with dark front cap.
I have not the weather here to enable making the rapair yet. My plan is to remove all the goop and intentionally lap it a couple inches onto the front cap. I will strike a line to keep it even. I bought tan tape and feel it will look OK. (Can't look worse than the faded gel coat!) My plan is to stop the leaking, permanently! Just read the "Why Quality Control at the factory will never be good" thread. I have a list a mile long of things I plan to redo, the right way. Remember "Quality is the Enemy of Production"!
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Quick question on this tape,

Is this something I should keep in my emergency tool kit in case I have an issue when camping/traveling?
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If you ever have the misfortune of backing in under some low hanging tree limbs and damage the roof, you will be very happy if you have some along.
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Great. What size do you recommend?
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I got a roll of 4X25. It did the front cap where it meets the roof. Lapping a couple inches on to each. I wanted that sealed up before anything started happening.

If you are just looking for something to carry for a little insurance, you probably wouldn't need much. Might even be able to stop in at your local RV dealer and buy a few feet from them.
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Would you use this on a new RV as preventative?
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I would.
An ounce of prevention is worth way more then a pound of cure in this case.
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Would you use this on a new RV as preventative?
Absolutely! Dicor lap sealant needs to be checked and replaced minumum annually and it would be better semi-annually. Anywhere flexing takes places is especially hard on lap sealant. EternaBond will not eliminate inspections, but it will sure lessen repairs.
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