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Strange Dicor issue

Well, we went out for a few days in a camp ground that has allot of Black Walnut trees. Very early one morning it sounded like a brick hit the roof of the trailer. Went out and didn't see anything abnormal, but noticed a few walnuts on the ground. These were no slouches, a little bigger than a golf ball and hard as He''! Just went a did some seal inspection (winter prep) and found a few small dents in my rubber roof in front of the fridge vent. I cleaned them off and found two of them had actually cut the roof membrane one was less than a 1/4 of n inch and the other had two small slits about a 1/8th of an inch. So,, having a tube of Dicor Lap sealant, I put a dab of sealant on the cuts and rubbed them in a small circle to cover the cuts. A few minutes later I noticed that the Dicor caused that area to swell and pucker. Actually wrinkling the membrane! WTF? Did the Dicor shrink as it dried? I do not see any additional tears or cuts but,,,,I am concerned now! What did it do to the surrounding rubber roof area? I went out and bought some Eternabond patch material and will check it again later in the week. Is this normal Dicor behavior?? I have used it on all of my seams not covered by Eternabond and it had No effect on the roof. I will post pictures when I go back to check roof.
jake2250 11/01/20 05:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone lose a set of keys

OP here. Last time I do something to try to help someone out. Posting here was not the only thing I did. Guess I should have posted a book. Disappointing how many negative people there are. You could have spray painted in three foot letters on the ground where you found them and spent money on tv commercials and that STILL would have gotten you criticized on here! Thank you for doing SOMETHING!!
jake2250 03/11/20 10:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Xchocks question

I have used four plastic chock blocks, two on each side for years with out an issue. Headed into camp a few years ago I noticed something alongside the road,,,An X chock in the bushes. I use it on one side only cause I have no other choice, Works good can't complain. Might break down and actually buy another.
jake2250 03/11/20 10:12am Travel Trailers
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