1975 Airstream overlander restoration
Thursday, December 27, 2012
removing the old door seal and installing the new one
added some reinforcement brackets behind the door hinges
The new seal seems to want to get caught on the door catch?
The door dose not seal in the top right hand corner ??? I guess it needs to be bent inward.
re painted the vista view shades on the inside (the side seen from outside)
had to repair the holes where the vista view shades get riveted to the roof. I used MEK melted plastic to goop around the cracks.
Re sealed the front window and did some extensive Vulkem sealing around the inside and outside of the glass pain.
just a view though the front window.
Pulled the tail lights out cleaned and re installed and Sealed using a bead of Vulkem.
another before they were cleaned and re installed.
Oh what frustration the rivets around the tops of the windows (the ones were I replaced the leaking olympic rivets) still leak ....
the other window same issue
Also found some more leaks by the door
And leaks were the zip d awning brackets come through the shell.
Taking care of the leaky loose Zip D awning brackets.
reenforcement brackett slid between rib and skin.
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