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Old 06-19-2019, 09:59 PM   #1
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Wavy fiberglass on front cap?

I purchased a 2011 zt-320-qb at auction today. I did find water damage on the right rear corner of the bunkhouse and under the dinette seat on the slide? But my main concern at the moment is that the front of the fiberglass on the trailer is wavy is this just delimitation or could this be water damage? Iím new to travel trailers this is my first one hopefully I didnít bite off more than I can chew?
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Old 06-19-2019, 10:18 PM   #2
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Wavy fiberglass on front cap?

That is delamination and is the result of water damage. Most likely from the marker lights. Itís not impossible but an involved project to fix. My previous trailer had this issue under warranty and it was about 6 grand in labor and materials at the manufacturers rates.

However. If you can live with it and just fix the places where the water is getting in you can probably be fine just using the trailer as is.
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Here is a link to a trailer that looks about the same as yours. Owner repaired it himself.
http://www.crossroadsowners.com/foru...ler-12859.html
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Thanks for the advice guys makes me feel a little better. I didnít see any water damage up front or in the cargo areas but Iíll double check Friday when I get it to the house.

Any idea about the dampness under the dinette on the slideout?
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I have ordered caulking and plan on just stripping the old and resealing everything including the markers and windows to be safe .
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