Yes, the first priority and biggest challenge is tracking down and fixing all of the leaks
. Of our three FGRVs, our Boler
17 has been the most challenging. First we bought a cover and have been using it continuously, then we fixed the leaks
(99% done with this), then patched a couple of rotted spots in the floor AND replaced the bolts holding the body to frame. ... and cleaned and cleaned and cleaned.
in our Boler
- removed and re-sealed all of the windows
; cleaned all of the window tracks/weep holes; replaced rubber gaskets
- replaced rear roof vent; resealed front roof vent
- replaced power port (and upgraded the system to 30 amp shore power)
Still a few more exterior fixtures to re-seal and need to re-seal the door frame, but at this point the trailer is pretty much leak-free when we do garden hose testing, as well as when using it in the rain.