Newmar Recall (1 Viewer)

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RockieRV

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I came across this, don't know the relevance of it in the UK, but thought I would post it anyway:

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johnsandywhite

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It has much relevance. Luckily my Newmar is just a little older. So hopefully no problems other than the things that usually go wrong with ALL RV's at some time or another. :Blush:
 
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Hardy Harr indeed.....he's only bin and gone and put silicone on it John! :RollEyes: :roflmto:
 

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Got the road scraper booked for the weekend.

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Basic Precautions
With all newly-surfaced bitmac roofs, the following will help protect the surface in the critical first two weeks…

* Keep vehicle speed to a minimum – don't set off from a stationary position at high speed and don't accelerate suddenly.

* Avoid turning 'on-the-spot' when using vehicles blessed with power-steering. Always make sure the vehicle is moving before turning the steering.

* Put down sheets of plywood or similar to protect the surface from tyre and traffic scuffing on the hottest days of summer.

* Don't park motorbikes on the new bitmac for a couple of weeks, as the side and/or centre stands will 'dig-in' to the new surface.

* Don't walk on the bitmac in stiletto heels (that goes for you, too, ladies!)

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