"Quote from Mary Yardley: "Good job on the Eternabond application. It looks very clean. Do you know how long the Eternabond is supposed to last before needing to be replaced?"
Thanks for the comment. The Eternabond will last many…"
I go out to LA at the end of thi month to take delivery, and get my first week of work started. I've never owned an RV before, but this old camper will fit on my 2013 Toyota Tacoma 4WD perfectly, and I'll have all the clearance and power I need to…
What's your camper's Brand, i.e. Travco, Shasta, etc.
81 Beaver Truck Camper
City and State where you are located. Do not use zip code, you know what it means but it means nothing to the rest of us.
Silver City, NM
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Just bought an old 1981 Beaver truck camper to go on the back of my Toyota Tacoma truck! Looking forward to the project. It seems to be in pretty decent shape for its age, kinda like me :), Will require some roof repair immediately and some siding work. Plan to completely remodel the interior. My plan is to be a full time nomad within the next 3 years.
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Quote from Mary Yardley: "Good job on the Eternabond application. It looks very clean. Do you know how long the Eternabond is supposed to last before needing to be replaced?"
Thanks for the comment. The Eternabond will last many years, and will outlast every bit of butyl tape on every window and door by a very wide margin. From my experience, if installed with care (read correctly), and with any structural damage repaired properly, the Eternabond can last indefinitely. It's on like super glue, so forget about getting it off without hours of labor to painstakingly remove it. Get it right when you install it, and it will be there longer than you own your unit! :)
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