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We've had our RV for a couple years. We knew there was water damage, mainly because there were leaks in a couple places, but we didn't know how extensive it ran. Right now, our RV is in our backyard with no roof, main living area gutted(with plans to remove more). The past week has been spent grinding rust off the steel structural support. We are now in the rebuilding the roof stage. Fingers crossed it goes on without a hitch because it may snow on Monday! Yikes!

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  • 2 months later...

Some how I missed this subject. I do think you are adventurous to do this. Not many people would. I have done a few of those kind of jobs.

  It takes time and patience but it is very much doable. I hope you do have it water tight by now.


  Finished project photos would be realty interesting to see.


   Vern in a T-shirt  

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