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Old 06-26-2006, 02:53 AM   #1
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As my sig says I have the 98 Newmar Mountain Aire. I was up on the roof this weekend to fix my Fantastic Vent, and noticed in a couple of locations that the roof was bubbled. Looks like the roof has seperated from the structure in a few spots. My question is, what could cause this, what is the best way to fix it, or does it need to be fixed? No leaks as of yet.Thanks all.
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As my sig says I have the 98 Newmar Mountain Aire. I was up on the roof this weekend to fix my Fantastic Vent, and noticed in a couple of locations that the roof was bubbled. Looks like the roof has seperated from the structure in a few spots. My question is, what could cause this, what is the best way to fix it, or does it need to be fixed? No leaks as of yet.Thanks all.
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Rob, go to "FIND" just above you and type in "bubble rubber roof" you will get some info that your looking for. Take off check mark.
Some of the posts say if its not leaking let it alone also use correct cleaning agents.
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