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Old 10-13-2018, 01:59 AM   #1
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Painting toy hauler ramp.

Rucicon owner here.
2 things.
Ramp door is black makes interior dark.Any suggestions for durable white coating?
I currently hang a bed sheet to lighten up the interior.
Also, all windows and doors were shut tight yet 30 miles of gravel road introduced alot of dust to the inside. Seals all seem in good shape, suggestions? Thoughts? Thanks.

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Old 10-13-2018, 04:57 AM   #2
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Take it to a bedliner place have them paint it white....
30 miles!... At night get inside the toy hauler and have someone run a flashlight around the gasket on the outside..

Body flex may unseat the gasket on a rough road. Try putting one rear jack down one at a time and check with flash light.
Toy Hauler ramp doors gaskets are usually hollow. You can buy closed cell neoprene sponge cord. Poke a hole in the ramp door gasket at the corners and pull the cord through the gasket. When done seal the corners with black silicone. You will get a tighter seal. I did this and it worked two Toy Haulers ago.
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