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Replacing Fantastic-Vent Seal

Hey, I am replacing the seal on our Fantastic-Vent (now acquired by Dometic). I ordered the new seal, I got up on roof to replace and found that the original seal was held in place with some type of adhesive. The replacement seal does not have a peel-n-stick adhesive or anything. Should I use some type of contact cement or adhesive? What type? Or just replace the seal? Happy Thanksgiving!! Thanks....
TC&Z 11/24/18 06:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need to Reseal Front Cap to Roof - What to Use?

In the sealant map above, B is the non-leveling Dicor type goop. D is the one that needs repair. Any one know what the type D Winn sealant is? Or must it be ordered from Winn?
TC&Z 11/12/18 09:35am Class A Motorhomes
Need to Reseal Front Cap to Roof - What to Use?

Hi, we have a 2007 Winn Voyage with 1-pc fiberglass roof and front fiber glass cap. The cap overlaps the roof so there is a 1/4" offset at the seam. The caulking has deteriorated and I want to scrape original away and reseal. What is the best caulking to use for this location? For the antenna mount and vents I use the Dicor sealant, but it was not used for this location originally and does not seem suitable. Appreciate your help. Thank you....
TC&Z 11/12/18 06:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to Remv Blisten and Install Koni ??

Found out from Koni that for the rear shocks that have inline bolts, that the bolts have a allen key hex in the end that you use to hold the shock from spinning when tightening the nut. This is on both ends.
TC&Z 10/17/18 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
How to Remv Blisten and Install Koni ??

Thanks to all the guidance from RVers on I have ordered Koni FSD shocks to replace my 11 yr old Blistens and improve my ride confort. Many thanks, but you didn't warn me about the difficulties of removing and installing. The rear shocks are the style that have a threaded bolt on each end surrounded with rubber bushings. I was able to remove the rear Blistens bottom nut using a pipe wrench to hold the cylinder, but how to you hold the shaft to remove the top nut? I soaked with Liquid Wrench a week ago but no luck. The shaft is hardened steel so laughs at vise grips or pipe wrench. Further, how will I install the new Koni's, how will I hold the shaft to tighten the new top nut and compress the rubber bushings? I don't want to risk damaging the new shaft. Further, how do I compress the new Koni to get them into position to install? Get the threaded bolt into each of their fittings? Wish there was a hex feature to hang on to on each end. And please don't reply with "...take it to a dealer". That's not helpful. We are still making payments on our rig, plus paying for the Konis, I need to do all the repairs myself to stay afloat, thanks....
TC&Z 10/16/18 05:32pm Class A Motorhomes
Air Bag Helper Springs for MH ??

Hi, I searched blog and did not find this.... We have a 2007 gas Winn Voyage 38J on Workhorse chassis. It has traditional shocks and leaf springs. It rides fine on smooth roads but is very rough ride when runs over cracks in concrete, or bridge edges, any type of road issue. Wondering if there is an air bag add-on upgrade kit? Has any one installed one? Does it help or is it a waste of money? I search internet and get lost in the many hits. I want to benefit from other RVers' experience. Any feedback, brands, tips would be appreciated. Many thanks....
TC&Z 10/08/18 07:15am Class A Motorhomes
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