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Old 03-20-2016, 07:59 AM   #1
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Fiberglass roof

I'm in the process of putting the fiberglass roof back in my 34' Adventurer. Using 3M4000 to hold it down, but want a sealer/adhesive the is not so permanent for the rear valance. Might need to remove it at some point in the future. Suggestions?
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I'm in the process of putting the fiberglass roof back in my 34' Adventurer. Using 3M4000 to hold it down, but want a sealer/adhesive the is not so permanent for the rear valance. Might need to remove it at some point in the future. Suggestions?
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Do you have to glue it down?

On the RVs built by SMC, (Safari Motor Coaches), the fiberglass roof material isn't "glued down" to the plywood roof substrate.

The Filon fiberglass roof material is held in place by metal strips running front to back, (where the roof meets the side walls)... the overlapping front and rear fiberglass caps... and the "stuff" on the roof, (A/C units, solar panel, roof vents, skylight, etc.).

See "RV Fiberglass Roof" here: www.rvpartsnation.com/rv-exterior/rv-roofing/

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