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Old 07-14-2014, 01:12 PM   #1
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Loose Roof Fabric

When cleaning the roof of my 2008 Terra LX I noticed the roof material was not bonded to the roof in front of the front air conditioning unit. After removing the grate in the interior ceiling I discovered the four hold down bolts had worked loose over time. I repositioned the gasket and tightened everything down. Now I'm wondering if I should remove the air conditioner and attempt to glue the loose fabric down or just leave things as they are. I'm pretty sure that everything is sealed up now and the edge of the roof material is between the gasket and the roof but having an area about 2 foot square that isn't glued down concerns me. Anyone have an opinion or previous experience with something similar?
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If its a rubber roof your talking about then you need to get it reattached right away. They should have some glue that holds it down, otherwise it will bubble up and destroy the roof going down the road. I have seen entire roofs bubbled up going down the road.
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