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Old 10-10-2012, 07:24 PM   #1
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Ceiling in a Holiday Rambler Endeaver

I am considering purchasing a 2004 Holiday Rambler 40PRT Endeavor, there is a indentation in the ceiling material which is about 1 to 2 inches wide that runs from side to side, the indentation is about to 3/8 inches deep the first one is about 8 feet from the front and then two more as you go towards the back of the MH looks like they are about 8 ft apart, there is no discoloration to the ceiling material . The salesman tells me this is normal and is seen in many MH however as I have been shopping for a MH I have not notice this before. It is not at the seam location where there is molding looks like it is within a foot or so from those locations. Any idea what may have caused this?

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Old 10-10-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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I have the same thing in the areas you mentioned. Structurally I don't see any issues with it.

Not sure why its like that though. Perhaps that's where the foam padded seams are instead of at the trim. Functionally I wouldn't worry about it, but if it bothers you aesthetically, it would have to be removed and replaced in order to fix.

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Old 10-16-2012, 11:24 AM   #3
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From our experience having just looked at many coaches as we just bought a used one, that foam-backed ceiling is coming apart and that's something you want to stay away from! Try to find a rig that does not have the foam backed ceiling material. We looked at one and the ceiling was so bad they had taken wooden strips and tried to hold it up with those and it still wasn't working.
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