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Old 03-28-2013, 08:43 PM   #1
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What is my roof made of? 37' 2000 National

Any idea's what my roof is made of? How thick is it? I can't seem to find any info out there on the web. I would like to install solar panels but I don't know what would secure them to the roof sufficiently. Don't want to have them taking flight while going down the road. What kind of stainless steel screws? Ones with expansion inserts? Can't use bolts, no way to do that...

I have a 2000 37' National motor-home. They are out of business and I can't call them for information.

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I see that you reposted with correct spelling and got answers. so I'll post on this one to get it out of the unanswered post file.

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National RV may have been the manufacturer, but what model is it? They made several, e.g. Dolphin, Tropi-cal, Tradewinds, Seabreeze, Surfside, Marlin, etc. The roof material is probably not the same in all of them.
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