Capt. Tolley -any advice please

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  1. Nojazz

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    Has anyone used Capt Tolleys miracle crack cure? We have a roof leak (between roof and side panel) that needs sealing. Any other product recommendations would be welcome.

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    It does depend on how big the actual crack is, if it is well visible, I would suggest a proper sealant like Sykaflex otherwise Tolly is OK.

    Peter
     
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    Tolliies, crack cures? must be a wind up?:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Any chance you could post a couple of photos of the cracked area?
     
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    If there is any movement around the crack area Tolleys will not work for any length of time.
    Derek it is not a wind up!!
     
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    I know, but it should be!:Rofl1:
     
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    Hi
    If I were you I would contact either Stateside Tuning or Starspangled Spanner. Either of them will give you good advice on the product you need to use, how to use it and will probabley have the product on the shelf.

    I had my roof liner damaged and Linda at Stateside was Brilliant.

    (Come to think of it I havent seen Linda on the forum for ages)

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    Captain Tolly's please Derek

    Jim
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    Captain Tolleys

    Thank you for the replies so far.
    We will be looking at it once the rain stops . It has been re-sealed once by a dealer ( sadly didn't last long - but neither did the other repairs they did!!!) so we will deal with it ourselves first and then take advice.

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    Your welcome to ring Glenn, our workshop manager for some free advice, sometimes a bit dificult to get hold off as he could be anywhere on the site but once contacted he can be very helpfull.

    Peter
     
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    Capt Tolleys

    Thanks Peter
    This is most helpful, I will try and contact him in the next few days.

    Nojazz
     
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