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Old 11-18-2010, 01:57 PM   #1
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marker lights?

Hi all just had the sealteck system used on my 2000 Adveturer and the tech told me that my sidewalls were ok I had used the eturabond on this 2 years ago so hope they would be but he tells me that the shower skylight, endcap, tv ant, and marker light on both front and end caps came up in the test, I am going to use the eturnabond on the front and rear caps to remove that head ach as well as on the skylight and tv ant base I might just do all the skylights and even the cb ant just to be safe but what can I use to seal the marker lights?

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Old 11-18-2010, 02:39 PM   #2
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I made some rubber gaskets for my marker lights but still had to use some caulk. Mine are due to be re-caulked and I plan to use some of the Stone Mason's Gutter and Siding Clear Thermoplastic seal that Winnebago recommends for those. I bought the Stone Mason's at the Winne factory parts store in September and it was overpriced ($18 per tube). Geocel Proflex clear sealant is similar and you can usually get that for about $8.00 per tube.
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Geocel Proflex clear sealant is similar and you can usually get that for about $8.00 per tube.
The Geocel works well and is readily available at any good RV shop.
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I check my clearance lamps at least twice a year, and re-seal with clear Geocel Proflex as needed.
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Old 11-24-2010, 05:10 PM   #6
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Sealant Vulkem

Home Depot carries a polyurethane caulk called Vulkem. It will stick to anything and remains pliable. You can use it on the roof seam and is UV resistant.
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:34 PM   #7
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I'm in Tennessee and Home Depot sells the Stone Mason brand for around $7.00
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