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Old 06-29-2012, 11:10 AM   #1
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Roof delamination repairs...

Hey guys!

I'm reasonably certain that I have a delamination in my '91 Itasca 327RB Class C. I've read many articles on sidewall delam and how to go about fixing it and have even used some techniques with positive results, but nothing on roof damage. The top layer is obviously loose from the rest and she's a bit soft in this area. I haven't ventured into taking the headliner panels out to see what's up there or how it's constructed. Thoughts or ideas on best fix without ripping the roof off and starting over?

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What up there is ridged foam glued to the top sheeting and to the inside panel.
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Old 07-01-2012, 10:55 PM   #3
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You might try epoxy injection. Opening up the ceiling and roof will expose a lot of issues and lead to major repair. Given that it is a 1991, i would try and shore up what's there and try to keep further decay in check.
There are a few things on the market.
Composet is one option. The epoxy can be found at www.delamrepair.com
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