Mingy Posted December 30, 2018 Share Posted December 30, 2018 Hello All, just picked up hull 389 early November. Drove from Hoehnwald to NE Florida in heavy rain, no leaks. Two nights ago, got caught in a sideways rain, almost horizontally hitting the dinette and street side rear window, about 2 inches in under an hour. Both windows were open so water got inside but when closed the dinette window kept leaking. I suspect that the channels were already full and that didn't help. Level trailer and clear weep holes. My solution will be to check the porch light seals, try the pipecleaner trick, and try to run down some rv gutters which in my opinion all RV's should have anyway. But is there a particular brand of RV gutter that works with an Oliver? Thanks, Mingy 1 Hull #389. Options: Stowage basket, propane connects. Tow Vehicle: 2007 Ford F250 V-10, 4WD, Crew Cab, Long Bed. Stock. Recovering Airstream Owner (The Silver Sieve)...it was a rolling apocalypse. Fridge was quirky and ruined food (famine). Had weird electrical problems, circuits with breakers thrown still carried some current (possible fire). Leaked (flood). Mildew from leak gave me cold-like symptoms (pestilence). "Socialist revolutions have a peculiar habit of starting out with a guy dressed in a work shirt and ending up with a guy dressed like Captain Crunch." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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