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Old 07-02-2007, 08:27 PM   #1
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Hello,my name is Gary.I am new to RV's.I own a 20' Winniebago which is on a Chevy Chassis with a 350 engine-single rear wheel rear end.The powered vent in the bathroom has a broken plastic shutter which allowed water damage to that section to the roof/ceiling in that cornner of the RV.(Yes-I was being lazy about that at that time)Now the ceiling is falling in in the bathroom and the other side of the bathroom wall above the cornner of the bunkbeds.I want to seal the whole roof and repair the wood in the ceiling.I need to repaper the ceiling as well.Being I am new to RV's I need your advise as to materials and sorces of the same.
This RV has only 45,000 miles in it and runs very well.I want to restore it and all thro I am new to RV's,I do have skills to do the work.

I look forward to your help,

Thank you in advance,

Gary.

BTW:I just came back from a camping trip with members of a Astro van club.I left the RV home.After getting home I found it lite a fire in me for camping and doing the work to the winniebago.
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Hello,my name is Gary.I am new to RV's.I own a 20' Winniebago which is on a Chevy Chassis with a 350 engine-single rear wheel rear end.The powered vent in the bathroom has a broken plastic shutter which allowed water damage to that section to the roof/ceiling in that cornner of the RV.(Yes-I was being lazy about that at that time)Now the ceiling is falling in in the bathroom and the other side of the bathroom wall above the cornner of the bunkbeds.I want to seal the whole roof and repair the wood in the ceiling.I need to repaper the ceiling as well.Being I am new to RV's I need your advise as to materials and sorces of the same.
This RV has only 45,000 miles in it and runs very well.I want to restore it and all thro I am new to RV's,I do have skills to do the work.

I look forward to your help,

Thank you in advance,

Gary.

BTW:I just came back from a camping trip with members of a Astro van club.I left the RV home.After getting home I found it lite a fire in me for camping and doing the work to the winniebago.
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Read thru the Vintage Forums. I know that I have posted (more than once) how we repaired our ceiling and resealed the exterior. Also what we have done (so far) to our old Class C. If you have any specific questions as to what any of us have done and/or how we did it, just PM us (place pointer over our member name on the left side of the page, a left click of the mouse will pop-up a little menu... "Invite to a private topic"). We will be glad to help you.
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