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Old 07-20-2005, 06:08 PM   #1
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Question for Gary Sweet or WRVACEMP: Wayne Routhier wrote:
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"I also talked to WRV service and was told it would be ok to put the rail on the roof cap to give it a drain angle more like my other 3 slides. Although they were somewhat concerned by the length of the topper and stress on the roof cap. Not sure what the right solution is."


I am interested in adding the awning rail above the current one to increase the slope so the water will run off the driver side slide front. Can anyone tell me the pro's or con's abouit doing this on the long slide.

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D & D Rich
Great Salt Lake Route
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Old 07-20-2005, 06:08 PM   #2
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Question for Gary Sweet or WRVACEMP: Wayne Routhier wrote:
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"I also talked to WRV service and was told it would be ok to put the rail on the roof cap to give it a drain angle more like my other 3 slides. Although they were somewhat concerned by the length of the topper and stress on the roof cap. Not sure what the right solution is."


I am interested in adding the awning rail above the current one to increase the slope so the water will run off the driver side slide front. Can anyone tell me the pro's or con's abouit doing this on the long slide.

Thanks,
D & D Rich
Great Salt Lake Route
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