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Ask Outside Interests – 9/22/15

In Outside Interests 18, Rich Luhr—author of Airstream Life’s (Nearly) Complete Guide To Airstream Maintenance—helped readers with a sticky subject: polyurethane sealants.  Cam M. dropped us a line. “Excellent article about sealants,” Cam wrote. “One hurdle I have, not covered in your article, is whether the old sealant has to be removed, or in areas … Continue reading Ask Outside Interests – 9/22/15

Sealants — A Sticky Subject

In the Airstream universe you will find a curious phenomenon: passionate debates about sealants. That’s because the constant movement of all parts on the road causes all travel trailers to leak eventually, and a good sealant is our first line of defense against rain penetration. Rather unfairly, Airstreamers get more of this debate than owners … Continue reading Sealants — A Sticky Subject

Thom’s Top Tips

The Airstream educational seminars at Alumafandango last week were excellent, thanks to the many expert presenters. Among them were Thom Locke, Airstream Service Center Director at event sponsor George M. Sutton RV. Alumafandango attendees benefitted from Locke’s extensive insider knowledge of all things about Airstream maintenance. Here now—in an Outside Interests exclusive—we share with you … Continue reading Thom’s Top Tips