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Old 09-23-2016, 05:45 PM   #1
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2014 Fleetwood Jamboree roof question

I’ve only had this 2014 for two months now. Was wondering what the roof made from Rubber, Steel or fiberglass. The resaon is I need to get up there and do some inspections and cleaning…I’m a big boy 6’4” 320 and don’t want to cause any damage do to my size…suggestions? When i changed out one of the vents the roof looked to be 6" or more thick..

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Walking on roof

Well we don't have a ladder attached so it's another problem...if one was attached I would have thought walking up there was ok but ....don't have one, reason why I asked about load limits
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