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Old March 19th, 2012, 01:07 AM   #21
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Ah man you mean they lied on an infomercial , who would of thought , but seriously thanks for posting this and being the ginny pig , I have wondered if it worked !? Now I know !!
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Old March 19th, 2012, 05:16 AM   #22
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Old March 19th, 2012, 06:19 AM   #23
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This crap probably has Billy Mays ashes in every can, that is what makes it special.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 08:27 AM   #24
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Quit being a dirt ass and get a new roof kodiak.
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UPDATE: Flex seal is bullshit...I ended up spraying the leaking area inside and out and all is successfully was trap moisture in the wood as well as allow my roof to continue to leak. A very large piece of drywall fell from my ceiling today exposing rotted ply wood and trusses. It's not even safe to get on my rood to repair this shit. I'm thinking about suing flexseal as it DID NOT do what it would say it would do. They claim it was a permanent solution and the only thing it did was permanently ruin my house


You can afford a god damn RZR but not to fix your roof properly?? What are you going to do now stay in Kodiaks trailer next door?
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Old March 19th, 2012, 08:48 AM   #25
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You can afford a god damn RZR but not to fix your roof properly?? What are you going to do now stay in Kodiaks trailer next door?
Hancho took a home equity loan for his rzr he pays about $23 more a month on his mortgage and has a rzr to play around on. Now he needs a roof and cant refi anymore due to the shity housing market,. Who could have for seen that
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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:01 AM   #26
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dude, quit being a cheap ass and get some sham wow, they will soak up like 3 gallons of water each, those little leaks aren't all that bad and the shamwow's will be enough to catch most of the water
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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:03 AM   #27
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So you sprayed this stuff on a couple months ago and are now claiming that it has caused rotted trusses? I'm thinking it takes a little longer than that to rot a truss.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:33 AM   #28
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You can afford a god damn RZR but not to fix your roof properly?? What are you going to do now stay in Kodiaks trailer next door?
I got a loan for that and I thought Iwas fixer it properly, this is what they said it was used for. Now I'm really screwed, the roof is so soft I'm afraid to get up there with a tarp
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I got a loan for that and I thought Iwas fixer it properly, this is what they said it was used for. Now I'm really screwed, the roof is so soft I'm afraid to get up there with a tarp
Maybe you can go up there and fall through and just go sue happy. Then maybe you can get workmans comp, and wait for it....................... a BRIDGE CARD!!!!!! FTW
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Just get some lego's and build your dream home. Problem solved.

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Old March 19th, 2012, 03:58 PM   #31
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Maybe you can go up there and fall through and just go sue happy. Then maybe you can get workmans comp, and wait for it....................... a BRIDGE CARD!!!!!! FTW
I've had to use a bridge card before and i would still be using it if some asshole didn't turn me in, but thats another story. i thought I was doing to right thing by fixing the roof, but the product didnt work like they said it would. I really am thinking about suing them. I don't have the money to fix all this stuff and its really jacked now. I did get a tarp over it but it still leaks under the tarp, I put a hose up there to see if it would work and it soaked the shit out of my carpeting, so I ripped that out too. I'm thinking of sanding the ply wood down on the floor and using some sort of seal to have wood floors. I know people dont normally use ply wood, but I've seen it down and it doesnt look bad, in fact I like it because you dont see it that much
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You need to take the wheels off your house to use to hold down the tarp or it's going to blow away.
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