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Old 12-02-2022, 12:44 PM   #1
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Unhappy Winnebago Tour Roof Cap

The painted portion of my Winnebago Tour has oxidized like crazy and needs sanding/painting. Does anyone know if you can stand on the painted front cap portion where the antennas are installed With the angle on the front, scaffolding will not get you close enough to sand/paint the front or middle portion. Scaffolding only gets me about 3 feet in from each side. If I can sand or crawl on it, I can manage it from the top.
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I've reached almost across mine from a ladder on the side and front and while laying on the roof - there's a bit of give in the cap. Sure don't recommend standing on it. You could try a short paint pole with sanding pad to reach the middle - I do something similar to clean and apply sealant.
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I've reached almost across mine from a ladder on the side and front and while laying on the roof - there's a bit of give in the cap. Sure don't recommend standing on it. You could try a short paint pole with sanding pad to reach the middle - I do something similar to clean and apply sealant.
Thanks for the quick feedback. I'll give laying down with a short pole a try.
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