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Old 03-05-2019, 05:12 AM   #1
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Metal Roof Flopping in the Wind

I have a 93 Jayco with the metal roof. I really like it its been low maintenance and never leaked. But now I noticed when the wind blows real hard It pulls up. I am tempted to get some roofing screws and screw it down but I don't want to purposely put a bunch of holes in it.



I guess now I know why people throw tires on top of their trailers in the trailer park.


What are my options here? Besides throwing some old tires up there? LOL.
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I called a Jayco dealer. After talking to so a couple different people and being transferred to the oldest guy in the shop. It turns out that the metal roofs are only attached at front, back, and sides and where the roof vents are. So with a cross wind the roof will flop around a little bit. So I guess its normal. I was worried about nothing.
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