I knew I would eventually have to replace the roof on my Southwind, that is why I got such a good deal on it. Started today on it, and having so much fun!
There are so many screws holding everything down it's Unbelievable! The A/C's came off without much trouble, but the skylights and vents were a real pain because the screwheads are covered with sealant that has to be pryed off before they can be removed. The Eternabond that I used to extend the life of the old roof is really hard to get off! That is some really good stuff! The leaks were caused by the skylights deteriorating, along with the EPDM roof deteriorating from the sun. To reduce the chances of leaking again I am removing one of the skylights, one of the exhaust fans, and the roof mounted antenna. I am only leaving the skylight and exhaust fan in the bathroom. Of all the years camping, I have never used the exhaust fan in the living area, and the skylight in the hallway will be replaced with a light. The less things on the roof, the better.