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Old 12-31-2018, 01:30 AM   #1
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Default Preparing for leak repair

Ok, I have a small leak at the front windshield both sides of my 05 Roadtrek 190. Iíve noticed the caulking is separating in the front leaving a small gap at the roof cap. I also have separation at the back. Facing down hill the water gets in. Facing uphill no leaks. I bought a tube of Lexel to recaulk. The question I have is should I remove as much as the old caulk I can or just caulk over. lexel states is will work on all surfaces.
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Old 12-31-2018, 02:20 PM   #2
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Ok, I have a small leak at the front windshield both sides of my 05 Roadtrek 190. Iíve noticed the caulking is separating in the front leaving a small gap at the roof cap. I also have separation at the back. Facing down hill the water gets in. Facing uphill no leaks. I bought a tube of Lexel to recaulk. The question I have is should I remove as much as the old caulk I can or just caulk over. lexel states is will work on all surfaces.
I've used it successfully over, on Roadtrek caulk, an 04/05.

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