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  1. Mellow Yellow
    RIP my friend.
  2. Bubbabc
    05-20-2015 03:57 PM
    Bubbabc
    Your too funny! I would love to help you if I lived close by but I would never want the responsibility of repairing someone else's trailer. Yes, Sunline dropped the ball when they installed their rubber roofs. Plywood does not add that much weight to a small trailer. I am hunting a T-2990. They have the best bathrooms for a non-slide trailer. Have a great Memorial Day my friend! I am leaving with the Sunline to Winchester Va tomorrow morning. It is only 65 here today. It was great weather for me to get my mulching done!
  3. Bubbabc
    05-19-2015 03:03 PM
    Bubbabc
    Hi! The roof is a very easy job! My advice would be to use luan instead of bud board. Just peal off the bud board and glue to the luan. I wish I had taken pictures to show you but I just wanted to get it done. Let me know if you need any thing! It's 95 here today and very humid! Geez we didn't have a spring!
  4. Bubbabc
    05-19-2015 06:15 AM
    Bubbabc
    Hi guy! Sorry to hear your having issues. I removed the rubber from the back of the trailer far enough to repair the rotted rafters. I removed the rotted bud board and glued and stapled luan to the rafters and edges of the trailer. I then glued the rubber to the luan. I removed all the rusted screws from the gutters on each side of the trailer and replaced with new along with the vinyl screw cover. It was time consuming but an easy job. I trust things get better for you!
  5. Bubbabc
    05-17-2015 06:18 AM
    Bubbabc
    Hi! How are you making out with the decals? Haven't heard from you in a while. Hope to see some pictures.
  6. Bubbabc
    04-15-2015 02:55 PM
    Bubbabc
    Hi! I removed the rubber roof to repair the rafters. It was a big job but I was pleased with the outcome. The ceiling was saved. I glued a layer of luan on top of it to give it strength due to the water damage. The door trim is actually the only plastic I did not replace. I got a can of paint for plastic (Krylon)at Lowes and painted them. They look new and it was so easy. I taped them off without removing them. It was a very easy job and the paint is like five bucks a can. That paint is also good on plastic stove and refrigerator vents if they aren't damaged. The paint does not peal and whatever you paint will not turn yellow again! Thanks for the compliment. I love my trailer and can't wait to use it in two weeks. I'm going to Virginia!

About Me

  • About bunjin
    First Name
    Lynn
    City
    Bristol
    State/Province
    Connecticut
    Model Year
    1983
    RV Brand
    Sunline
    Tow Vehicle
    2005 Toyota Tundra
  • Signature
    TT:1983 Sunline T-1550
    TT:1996 Sunline T-2053
    TV:2005 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 2UZ-FE i-Force 4.7 L DOHC (MFI) V8 4WD SR5 Automatic
    P3 break control
    "I know a lot about nothing and nothing about a lot"

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  • Join Date: 04-23-2013
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