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Old 10-01-2013, 11:06 AM   #1
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Inside roof repair

Well I tried to seal my bounder up as well as I could and up by where the fiberglass top meets the metal I have had a bad leak. Now I have to cut out and replace the inside ceiling from right behind the captains chairs because it has gotten so soaked. Any idea's as to what I am in for when I go to rip it out and try to replace it. Thanks.. Tony
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Old 10-03-2013, 07:58 PM   #2
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Most likely the ceiling is sandwiched between the roof and walls. That will be hard.
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I went to Winsor Plywood and found a panel that matched my 1978 MH. I cut the old panel flush at the wall (Used an exacto knife) and at the cabinets on the other side. I removed the damaged panel and cut the new panel about 1/4 " shorter length and width. Quarter round will cover and spots that show. I also took the time to reiforce the roof and installed an extra roof vent while the panel was off. Good luck!
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