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Old 03-29-2016, 01:04 AM   #1
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Those of you that have cut their coroplast underneath, what kind of tape did you seal it back with? I'm thinking some good duct tape or maybe mastic?
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I would either get another piece of underbelly or some type of black plastic and cover up the "hole" with an "access panel" and screw it to the underbelly.
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Old 03-29-2016, 01:42 AM   #3
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The dealer had to open mine to add a valve for the plumbing. I dont know exactly what they used but it looks like heavy duty black duct tape. It has held for almost two years now.
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I cut a piece of coroplast 6" bigger than the cutout, install nutserts in the belly pan, then I run a bead of rubber caulk around the edge of the hatch and bolt it in place.

If I need to open up the hatch, take out the bolts and slide a scraper around the hatch and it will release.
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Thanks for the replies. I don't have a "hole." I just have a slit about a foot long. I chiseled out the rivets and dropped the plastic from the front to past my dump valves. I just had to make a cut about a foot from the edge to get the plastic around some wire loom that went up through a hole.
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