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Old 09-12-2022, 02:51 PM   #1
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2004 Holiday Rambler Roof Structure

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I just replaced the shower skylight on my 2004 Holiday Rambler Admiral 37PCT that has a metal roof. When I removed the skylight, I saw the metal framing around the skylight opening. It went from about 1 inch from the roof line on the roof edge to to about 2 inches in the center of the roof. The metal roof seems to be floating on the styrofoam insulation. I want to install solar panels to the roof but would like to find the metal roof framing to attach the solar panels to. Is there anyway of finding the framing that supports the roof. I tried stepping on the roof to see if I can find the framing with no luck.

Also would anyone have a wiring diagram of the 2004 HR?

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You might try one of the higher end stud finders that is adjustable to find your roof frames. Also, sometimes when the due sets you can see a pattern where the frames are.
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Also would anyone have a wiring diagram of the 2004 HR?
I have wiring diagrams for 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009 HR Admirals/Monaco Monarchs. The early ones should be similar to model year 2004. If you send me a private message that includes your e-mail address, I'll send the diagrams to you.

Is your coach built on a Ford or Workhorse chassis?

Sorry, I can't help with the above-floor structure. The structure diagrams I have are all for floor-and-below.
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