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Old 09-08-2019, 12:51 PM   #1
bobder41
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Join Date: Jan 2019
Location: Titusville
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Side of 2019 3811 coming off

Have a 2019 Montana 3811 that I bought in Dec. The unit was delivered and parked on a site with the front of the coach facing East. The street side of the coach was never parked in the sun. Up until this past week the unit has not been moved.
We towed the unit from FLA to SC and parked it for 2 nights with the unit facing north and the street side of the coach was facing West.
This past weekend I towed the coach back to FLA. about 50 miles into the trip we stopped at a rest area. A guy pulls up to me and said "the side of your trailer is coming off", So i got out and looked. The aluminum skin from the molding down that is separating the fiberglass wall is pulled away from the coach from the front compartment to the Kitchen slide out. It is also doing the same thing in the center of the kitchen slide out pulling the graphics off the coach.
I tried to push the skins back and they just pop out from under the molding again. Any ideas?

Note pic 646 is the slide out wall
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Bob
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