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Old 01-29-2014, 09:52 AM   #1
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Siding Seperation

Recently bought a 2006 OutBack Sydney 30RLS an apparently didn't look it over very well, I have noticed that the front cap is dented in near the driving lights and extends down near each side a couple feet. both sides above cargo hold towards the front have some separation and above the rear window it is bulged out. There doesn't seem to be any water leakage to the interior at all but wondered if any one else has this problem? I replaced the front emblem also which was peeling.Thanks
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:38 PM   #2
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Best thing to do is do a search on the forum for delamination. You will find a ton of information and none of it is good. Sorry but the fix is expensive so you may just want to live with it. It can be caused by water or faulty gluing and was a huge problem in the middle 2000's. Most newer trailers have gone to a solid fiberglass cap to get away from the problem.

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