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Pmf overlapping joints

Postby Simple_Abound » Sat Feb 10, 2024 10:41 pm

It's been over 3 years and over 6,000 hard miles since my first homemade camper hit the road. It rained over 2 inches that first night and was pelted with acorns. I covered it with pmf, I had no idea what I was doing, some of it looks hideous. I've had zero issues with it. I have decided to cover my second build with pmf. I'm looking for the best way to make the roofline joint look the best I can. I'm leaning towards overlapping the sides and roof 2 inches. Pictures of first build for reference.
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Re: Pmf overlapping joints

Postby TimC » Sat Feb 10, 2024 11:44 pm

Another testimony to the reliability of pmf. I've had similar experience with my seven year old first build.
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Re: Pmf overlapping joints

Postby Simple_Abound » Wed Feb 14, 2024 7:37 pm

TimC wrote:Another testimony to the reliability of pmf. I've had similar experience with my seven year old first build.
I would have to agree, my fenders were so chipped from gravel roads I put Herculiner on them. The pmf not one imperfection, it's been in 100 weather to 20 below weather.
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