Vinyl coming apart at the seam

Discussion in 'PopOut (Hybrids)' started by Michel, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. BigBaron

    BigBaron Dreaming of Tommy's chili cheeseburgers...

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    It should just slide out of the aluminum channels, but you may have to remove a few screws or spread open an end or two as they squeeze the ends of the aluminum channels at the factory.
    Bear Creek Canvas has a video, and there are videos on YouTube of Starcraft and Coachmen pop-up factories.
     
  2. dwalker80

    dwalker80 Goodbye and thanks for all the fish.

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  3. bikendan

    bikendan Active Member

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    to my knowledge, Bear Creek doesn't make canvas replacements for hybrids.

    maybe they do, but i've never seen anyone on any of the 6 hybrid forums i'm on, get any from them.
     
  4. 88PUP

    88PUP being crazy- has kept me from going insane

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    Yes, Bear Creek makes replacements for Hybrids, Look at bottom of their pricing page on their site.
     
  5. bikendan

    bikendan Active Member

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    well, that's good to know! it's been awhile since i've been to their website so they must have added that, which will be great for older hybrid owners.
    i'll make sure i let others know.

    still have never read about any hybrid owners getting new canvas from them. [?:~{]
     
  6. Old_Geezer

    Old_Geezer Well-Known Member

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    I think on that 2001 you would remove any interior trim around the door opening and the sliding curtain track. Then underneath all that should be square drive screws holding the J lock to the perimeter of the opening. Not sure how or if they attached the bottom corners and I assume its not connected to the door itself? That should just be Velcro. Post a pic or two of the inside and I could tell you for sure.

    If I was you I would really just run a couple screws with washers through there, screwing the jlock into the side jamb so it can not tear any further up the J lock, then caulk it. I wouldn't go through the expense of a new tent unless the tent had other issues like major tears or something.
     

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