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Old 09-09-2005, 03:36 PM   #1
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Default Gel-Coat Problems

I own a 2004 Crescendo and have gel-coat problems with it. Gel-coat is comming off on front and rear caps.
Does anyone else have this problem ?
I would appreciate any info.
2004 Crescendo2008 Ford Sport Trac 4X4 XLT, towing 4 down.2 furry kids
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Old 11-29-2005, 07:28 PM   #2
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Default Gel-Coat Problems

Yes, I had this problem on our 2003 Sun Voyager Trio. My problem was called a stress fracture on the rear end cap, which looked like a very large spider web. According to my body shop person this is caused by the coach twisting on the frame, a blunt force on the outside or inside of the fiber glass, or a manufacturing defect. My fix was to have it repaired and re-painted for just under $1,000. By the way, Gulf Stream does not consider this as a structural problem. But, it might be worth a phone call to see what they might do to help...
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