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Old 10-13-2016, 06:32 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by wil01 View Post
Go to Camping Connection. They are the very best. They will fix your roof just fine!

Good Luck!
They are a very good shop and also very honest.

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Old 10-14-2016, 08:43 AM   #16
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2003 Winnebago Adventurer 35U - All safe and sound here in Myrtle Beach SC. Inspecting her on Sunday and was pleased - no leaks, nothing broken and I felt relieved -- then I looked up and OOPS . . . top seam on the drivers side was fully exposed!! As my heart sank I climbed the ladder to see up top. Fiberglass had been torn away in the left rear corner at the cap. About a 2' x 2' section has been ripped off!!
So you have a house on wheels and you left it in a hurricane.


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Old 10-16-2016, 08:16 AM   #17
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Insurance assessor (?) was here on Friday. Happy ending to that segment of this problem. Covered the replacement of entire roof! A happy camper so far Now to find a repair shop for that replacement. Any ideas on locating a qualified shop to do the job correctly?
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Previously mentioned - Camping Connection Rv service. They are on Rt 707 just south of Myrtle Beach. I found them to be very good shop and in my opinon honest. In my case I was an "out of towner" and pretty much a newbie to class A motorhomes so that made me a prime canidate to be taken to the wood shed. Instead they did exactly the opposite and made a minor repair out of what I thought was a major problem. They also offer free roof inspections so I'm sure they do roof repair. This was just my experience with them and thought I would pass it along.


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