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Needing Information on an older camper
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I purchased an older 24' camper for $500.00 to restore, and it needs a lot of work done to it, but I Love to to make old campers new again. I was trying to search for the year of the camper as I…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Eddie Lehman Jan 28, 2016.


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At 11:12pm on August 19, 2017, Dave Creu said…

Hi Eddie,

I assume you mean their metal roof coatings? If so, I don't like what I'm hearing regarding the customer service of Armor Garage, nor would I recommend their products for RV use.

These are the guys and the product I recommend:  https://www.epdmcoatings.com/liquid-roof.php

If you were talking about the floor coatings, I would use Rustoleum Epoxy Shield for something great and cost effective.


At 4:55pm on August 19, 2017, Dave Creu said…

Hi Eddie!

My roof is no more since I ended up tearing the whole coach off the chassis. BUT, the roof was still water proof without a hint of moisture penetration before I cut it apart. The roof sections are still sitting in the weather and they are still tough as nails. The Liquid Roof and Liquid Rubber products from EPDM Coatings are fantastic. It may indeed sound too good to be true, but it works, and works very well.

If I was to do it again I think I would just use 1/4" lauan plywood, and 4'x8'x.0625 sheets of fiberglass reinforced plastic or high grade Filon glued to the plywood. Then, even though your trailer is of wood and aluminum construction, you would still be able to seal the roof to wall edges satisfactorily.

Gimping is the edging material that is install on the top of the wall before the roof is installed to not only trim the walls out on the inside of the trailer, but also keep squeaks and chaffing to a minimum.

Hope all goes well for you in your project. Work safely, and if I can be of further assistance, just holler.



At 6:54am on November 16, 2015, Russell E Johnson said…

Greetings Eddie, glad to have you with us, it sounds like you have a wealth of knowledge to share with the group and that is fantastic.  I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I have.




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