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Old 12-08-2007, 05:36 AM   #1
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After seeing and printing out a rubber roof install, I have decided to remove our old aluminum roofing, add new half-inch plywood and rubber roofing next summer. This hopefully will stop the leaks that ran down the port side (we are boaters) windows. This TC had been stored inside for many years, and the leaks occurred when we brought the TC home to Maine after its purchase in Wisconsin. Now it's in dry winter storage. We also need to replace the escape-hatch roof vent over the bed. The original one's screen and hardware are in good shape, but the plastic interior frame and outside vent cap are cracked. I will keep our progress posted, as there are sure to be some questions I'll have. Meanwhile, we are off to Florida for the wintah with our 5th wheel! I'll try to figure out how to post pix of the TC too.
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Old 12-08-2007, 05:36 AM   #2
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After seeing and printing out a rubber roof install, I have decided to remove our old aluminum roofing, add new half-inch plywood and rubber roofing next summer. This hopefully will stop the leaks that ran down the port side (we are boaters) windows. This TC had been stored inside for many years, and the leaks occurred when we brought the TC home to Maine after its purchase in Wisconsin. Now it's in dry winter storage. We also need to replace the escape-hatch roof vent over the bed. The original one's screen and hardware are in good shape, but the plastic interior frame and outside vent cap are cracked. I will keep our progress posted, as there are sure to be some questions I'll have. Meanwhile, we are off to Florida for the wintah with our 5th wheel! I'll try to figure out how to post pix of the TC too.
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