Just read the thread on your roof repair. Looks like you are doing a fine job.
Noticed you stated you are going to liquid rubber it when the wood repairs are complete. Are you going to put down new rubber roofing and then coat with liquid rubber? Or just coat the wood with liquid rubber?
I can tell you from experience that the liquid rubber roofing WILL NOT work over exposed wood. It will work great for a bit, but the wood is not an approved substrate for the liquid rubber. After a short period of time, moisture will permeate thru the liquid rubber roofing and you will develop leaks. Been there, done that.
i am about to re-roof our older Rv for the second time. Did the liquid rubber roof over wood - supply house I was to get my white epdm from only had black in stock. They talked me into the liquid rubber - I bought in. Worked great for about a year.
The leaks started. Worst part is you couldn't tell where the water was getting in at. Water dripping in the cabinet onto the plates was getting in 6 feet away on the roof. I recoated the roof and stopped most of the leaks but they came back again.
If you are set on the liquid rubber, at least patch the repaired spots with epdm or vinyl before you coat the roof. Don't want to see you have to redo your repairs down the road.
Mike and Carla
1998 42' Overland Larado Diesel Pusher
On the road - here and there - Full Timing