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Old 05-18-2018, 07:13 PM   #11
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The tin can be replaced, but it’s probably not a DIY job for a layman.

The damage covers three pieces of siding. The one piece with the most damage will need to be replaced. All pieces go all the way to the front and have window or hatch involved. I'm going to play with some dent removal techniques for the dings with no scratches and try to save two pieces. If I cant get them out I may leave them. Depends on the siding cost. It looks like it would be about as easy to replace all three pieces though.

I'm planning to get an estimate next time I go to dealership.
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Old 05-18-2018, 07:18 PM   #12
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Room seals on the slide or the body of the coach? If both appear to be in the same position as before then your probably ok.

The seal between the flange and the siding was pushed out with the flange. The seals that ride on the slide appear to be sealing.
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