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Restoring Fiberglass Siding
Most RV siding is a very thin fiberglass skin attached to plywood backing. The very outermost surface of the fiberglass skin is called gelcoat. On boats the gelcoat is much thicker than an RV. The gelcoat on an RV is almost paper thin.

Gelcoat typically provides a super glossy finish, as seen on a Corvette or boat. On an RV the finish is a relatively smooth and shiny surface, however it so thin you can actually...
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Itís easy to take things for granted. The fact your trailer rolls smoothly down the road, and your rig comes to a quick stop when you hit the brakes, comes to mind. Two key components that bring this level of confidence are the wheel bearings and electric drum brakes on your trailer.
Wheel bearings and electric brakes share living quarters, and have to survive a tough environment. Together, they are subject to heat, structural loads, moisture, and sometimes abuse. To live, prosper, and contribute to your good times they need attention once in a while.
Trailer Axles- Bearings and Electric Drum Brakes
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Most RV siding is a very thin fiberglass skin attached to plywood backing. The very outermost surface of the fiberglass skin is called gelcoat. On boats the gelcoat is much thicker than an RV. The gelcoat on an RV is almost paper thin.

Gelcoat typically provides a super glossy finish, as seen on a Corvette or boat. On an RV the finish is a relatively smooth and shiny surface, however it so thin you can actually...
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