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Old 12-07-2015, 07:24 PM   #1
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Sun Valley Inc Roof Type

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I have a 2003 Sun Valley Roadrunner 130 travel trailer. The Sun Valley RV company is out of business. I am trying to determine what type of rubber roof is on my travel trailer. Does any one know what the roof material might be? is it EDPM or TPO???


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If you go to the Dicor website, there's a video on how to determine which roof type you have
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If you go to the Dicor website, there's a video on how to determine which roof type you have
I saw that and took off the interior trim on the roof vent as they suggested. I did not have any overlapping roof materiel that I could see what type of of roof I had.
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Alittle late to the discussion but The Sun valley brochure says it has a vinyl roof with a--- 12 year warranty--- Lol
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