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Old 06-29-2012, 06:15 PM   #1
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Can the cab over part of MH fall off while driving down the road?

I have an old mobile traveler. I believe there is some rot and has had leaks at the cab over. There is a patch job on the roof at the seem. It probably isn't worth putting any money into so I was thinking about using it until I can't. Probably can't even sell it as it is an 82. I am wondering if anyone has ever had a cab over fall while driving. It definately moves alot while driving and I know they are supposed to move a little. Any thoughts? I heard it is wood frame. Does anyone know if there is at least some metal holding it up?

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Old 06-29-2012, 06:56 PM   #2
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You might check on RV. There are some posts there concerning rebuild and water rot issues with the overhead on wood frames. One post had a full rebuild of the cab over.
I had some rot in the over head but with a metal (aluminum) frame not as big an issue.
Good luck, wish I had more information for you.
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