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Old 05-27-2012, 08:42 PM   #449
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Extension ladder to get up on the roof and using another extension ladder (supported on the side walls) with a pillow or two to sit/lie on works on the roof. I just did the re-sealing on our MH.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:34 AM   #450
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Naw-not for me.Rented scaffolding is the only way I am going to do this.I have a shop I can pull in the RV into so weather won't be a issue.With cleaning and drying,seam sealing,two coats of primer,two or three coats of roof coatings,time span estimates is 10 days.
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Old 05-28-2012, 06:04 AM   #451
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Each roof coating of Snow Roof Systems needs to cure for 48 hrs in constant 50 degree dry weather before another one can be applied.
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Old 06-08-2012, 05:28 PM   #452
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If you use Liquid Roof, it recommends one thicker coat as opposed to 2. Also even though you really don't want it wet, if it does get wet it is still sealed. Pretty awesome stuff.
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Old 06-09-2012, 06:40 AM   #453
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Pat-with the amount of research we have done,I am going to stick with Snow Roof Systems.And I recommend to anyone else too.
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:32 AM   #454
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Well not on topic,but Dan and I have been trading health issues over the yrs and here is a update:

It just shy of a yr when all the health issues reared it's ugly head. I fired my primary care doctor mainly because we didn't share the same goals. Yesterday I went threw a MRI of my spine. Actually I was in there for a very tough 2 hrs. I called the new primary care doctor because of sore tongue and they fit me in to see him.While there he tells me he has the results of the MRI.Pretty damm good the next day. We finally found it.The MRI shows the holes in my spine where the nerves branch off closing up and could explain the multi issues I have been living with. He gave me a name of a neural surgeon for a console.The surgeon can't see until march and the same for the pain clinic,but atleast I now know why.

So atleast we finally found it.

The second part of this post is do not accept doctors advise at face value.Second opinions matter.
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Old 01-29-2013, 03:19 AM   #456
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Unhappy

With a very heavy heart,I concluded that I wasn't able to finish this project and having it under construction left me with not much to sell.Still running and driving I scraped the motor home on 1/28/13.

Here in Roch,NY I found there was only one place that would take it and they discount the scale wt by 50% for all the items that are in them that isn't metal.So I lost big.

So for now it is fair well and I will surf the site from time to time.

I want to say thank you to a number of you who I feel I have shared a kinship over the yrs.

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Sorry to here my friend best wishes to you wish I had a few dollars to complete mine.
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:44 PM   #458
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Sorry to hear about that! Hope you can find another one that doesn't have to be rebuilt. Hope you start feeling better. Stay in touch, Dan
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truly sorry to read that. Hope life gets better for ya!
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This truly breaks my heart. I could tell from your posts that you have a passion for your rebuild. I hope things turn out well for you. I hope you do continue to browse this forum from time to time becaus I am just starting my rebuild, and I will be needing your coaching and advice. God bless you.
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