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      Please note that the forum is still upgrading will be for most of the night I think,therefore you may find it slow at times, looking different etc etc. This will straighten out (he hopes) as the upgrade continues. One of the big changes is that usernames and display names will change.   At the moment you can have a username and display name for example you can have a username of joeblogsy and a display name of Joe Blogs.   After the upgrade we will only have usernames.   For some this won't make any difference at all but there are a fair few of you that have different display names., many of which I have changed for people for various reasons.   If, after the upgrade you notice your forum name isn't right please just send me a PM with your desired username.   You may also find you have been logged out, if this happens and you cannot remember your original forum details, please email me at mark@touringandtenting or open a support ticket by

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  1. Post on Oversealing? in Workshop

    By AlBundy65, posted
    Poor old Bill is a shade over 7 years old now, and some of the sealing is looking manky to say the best.
    bit of hunting around t' internet and found a workshop not to far away that only does caravan and motorhome repairs, not tied in with any dealership, but I digress.
    Went and had a chat with them about resealing, and they said they do not strip everything off and apply fresh sealant, but clean of excess, channel in about 3 mm and then apply fresh sealer. looked at one van they had done, looked nice and tidy, just wondering if the collective knowledge had come across this before.
    Not a bad price I thunked, £300 plus vat for all seals, that includes skylights, windows, lockers and hatches, oh and the door. Is this expensive?, I know nothing, except fresh sealant should make the old boy look a bit tidyer.
    Thoughts on the back of a five pound note please

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