Small Crack in Roof over Cab

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  1. Sulli_Clan

    Sulli_Clan Read Only Funster

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    Upon returning from France in our new (well 1999) motorhome last night, I gave it a good wash today. Having only bought it 12 hours before going away in it, this is my first real proper look at the bodywork. All looks good, but I have noticed a small crack in the underside of the over cab area on the exterior of the van, which I think may be fibreglass. It's very minor and doesn't look structurally problematic at all, but I would prefer to act early. It's hairline and about 12" long.

    The van is a Fiat Ducato Granduca.

    What would be the best thing to seal the crack to prevent any potential future problems, whilst also covering the crack and making it look good as new?

    thanks
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    If it is just a hairline crack in the gelcoat and not the mat, fine brush and fill the crack, wait for a couple of days, rub it down with fine wet and dry until its flush and then polish with some T cut

    Peter
     
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