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Old 02-12-2016, 10:49 AM   #1
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1991 Class C Diesel Allegro

I have been looking at pictures only of this rig.
The picture of the AC show sign of leak but it has not spread or circled.
All I know is through correspondence.
I asked if it had a rubber roof and had the leak around the AC been fixed.
The answer was ...not sure.. and 10 hours was too far to come look at it.

It is very nice inside..

But please would you talk about rubber roofs and leaks around ACs.

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Old 02-18-2016, 04:45 PM   #2
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I just so happen to be re-doing my rubber roof this week. Search on Rubber Roof repair or EPDM roof repair for tons of information. Unless they recoated or replaced the roof it is past its time now. The good news is that if is not hard to re-do the roof with one of the many liquid rubber compounds available. The stuff will cost a couple of hundred if you check around online. It is quite a bit of work but not too much for the average handy person.
The AC is usually seated on a crushable foam gasket. It could leak. It is probably the roof leaking elsewhere. Even if the roof has been redone there are lots of places for it to leak and caulking is a yearly chore that may have been neglected.
What you want to try to avoid is a rotted roof from water intrusion and that is all too common. You will just have to go out there and get up these and look fir soft places, big cracks and rot. You should take someone experienced too. If the outer panels sag or bulge and the roof is soft or if there is any sag at all on the bunks over the cab either run away.
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