We have our very first RV, an 2002 Minnie 24-footer. The rear quarter panel has delamination. What are the risk of driving in dry weather? Does the delamination have to be fixed, or, if the RV is older such as 2002, do owners carry on and continue to drive with delamination? Thanks RG Bach
At a minimum, I would try to stop the water entry - likely what caused it. Water might entering in from around rear window or from around one of the other items that are mounted on the sidewall. Water can also enter at the top corner area where the back wall meets the roof and sidewall.
If the gelcoat is un-broken then it's just an appearance issue at this point. If it cracks then you'll want to prevent water entry using clear gorilla tape. You can find youtube posts and threads on IRV2.COM on owners repairing de-lamination you can look at if you are interested.
Randy - Manhattan, Kansas
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