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Old 07-18-2016, 08:04 AM   #11
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I have seen it several times over the years, on one MH it was so bad I was surprised the MH could even attain hwy speeds. Even tho I had seen this before I was not sure in his case, it was about half the roof.

As for knowing, well a walk on inspection from time to time should provide an answer. The roof is well stretched and at rest would have ripples in it.
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I just noticed, I used the wrong spelling for the word. Did anyone notice?
Yep. I thought the thread was about a campsite that was strange until I read your first post.
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I've seen it a couple times out on the highway. I wondered the same thing: "do they even know?"

Then I thought, even if they did know, what could they do about it? Perhaps they were just trying to make it home...?
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