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  1. i cannot find the source of a major leak in the overhang of my 2009 Thor Class C Four-Winds, and so am almost certain I will have to end up replacing the roof. I would therefor like to find out what experience people have had with these 3 products. I'm thinking one of these would be better than reinstalling a rubber roof. Flex Armor RV-Armor Rhino Lining - Is it true this coating does not flex? I could see that being a problem on a class C.
  2. I found this blog on Live Work Dream to be very informative. The author describes doing preventative maintenance on your RV siding and roof and goes into great detail, with photos on how to go about this. Apparently Northwood recommends and annual careful inspection and taking prompt action if any problems are spotted. I also have a Northwood RV so this made a considerable impression on me, but obviously most RVers should be doing this anyway. Live Work Dream. I have to admit that this really was not on my to do list before reading this.
  3. thinking a over cab rack but one that does not interfere with towing a fifth wheel. needs to hold a good 30 gallons or water in weight, as the bed of the truck has a hitch in it. only mounting points would be in the bed of the truck. nothing on the roof or extending to the front bumper. any thoughts here?
  4. Hello friends, ​I try to get on my roof fairly regularly to check out how things are & clean & apply roof protectant. However, after this summer I saw something I had never seen on my roof before. I'm guessing that my roof is of the "rubber" variety. It's about 16 years old & is white. It seems to be scaling & flaking off in some places revealing a blueish - black material underneath. I don't believe it's leaking. I'm attaching a photo of this. ​What do I need to do to repair, prevent & protect my roof? ​Thanks in advance, ​Loxley
  5. It might be useful for new folks to know about how long rv roofs tend to last. It could even help so of us oldtimers too. There are a lot of older rv's out there that have different type roofs going all the way back to metal. I for one did not know until just a few years ago that the metal ones (particullary aluminum) could ever wear out or least for a really long time. Now we have had the "rubber" roofs for a long time and most people don't know how long they will actually last. I have one and it is 15+ years old and so far so good. There are lots of older rv's with this type of roof that w
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