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Old 07-14-2016, 02:21 PM   #1
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New to me fleetwood Terry

The DW and I have been campers for years and are in our 70s , we decided last year we were done and sold our camper. we have owned from PUP to fifth wheel and a motor home. Long story short we could not follow thru our no more camping so we just purchased a used 2004 fleetwood terry 300BHS and is has some moisture damage and needs an awning, the slide awning has slipped to one side but is not damaged so I think we can center it and lock it in place and it will be fine. I removed the ceiling panel in bedroom. All moisture damage is from front seam in the bedroom area. I am going to have to repair 2 rafters and some new plywood(now has OSB. I think I can do that from inside without having to remove roof membrane. It is actually a small section. If not I will cut the roof membrane and peel it back and replace wood . Pup membrane and use eternabond tape to repair. Then new beadboard ceiling in bedroom. Ok where is my thinking flawed? I am a woodworker and have previously done this type repair to a fifth wheel/ By the way we knew all the problems and bought it at a very low price as is. I will take pictures as I go.
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Good luck with the trailer repairs. I look forward to seeing the before and after pictures.
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If I can post pictures here are a few before. after I removed ceiling in bedroom and rotted OSB.
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Next I will remove many layers of lap sealant and remove trim and fold roof back If this is too many pictures just remove them Thanks
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got the roof material pulled back to the first seam. Replaced all rafters in that area with 1.25"thick walnut which had dried in the barn for years. replaced wood on top with plywood. found a few other spots down the drivers side and am removing trim and roof material to replace all bad wood , more pictures to followl. Also will have to replace awning material on main awning. Big project and temps in 90's.
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new walnut rafters and new plywood. top membrane is glued back down and 4" Eternabond tape on front joint. Next install beadboard ceiling in the bedroom.
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Been out of town and we had 3" of rain while we were gone. NO LEAKS in my roof repair.Now I can get back to work and finish the inside.
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finished the ceiling inside except for trim pictures to follow.
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Nice job. Can not wait to see finished job. ...Dusty
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finished the ceiling and trim. still a few pin nail holes to fill but I think it came out pretty good considering the damage I had, What do you all think?? What could I have done better?
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That's a great job!! Would not have thought of changing the roof texture like that. It fits in well.
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