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Old 03-22-2016, 06:44 AM   #11
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We have the TPO roof material. Next weekend even if my unit is still not ready I am going to the dealer to look at all my repairs and will look at my roof. If I have a problem it can stay at the dealer since they have possession of it longer thanI have. Me seven weeks, them nine. To bad they r not making the payments
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Hey Rock, is that like in Oldsmar, Fl? I'm originally from Plant City.
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Old 03-22-2016, 07:20 AM   #12
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Yup Oldsmar fl. I see USMC so I assume retired or served. I am retired USCG but still working to pay off all my play toys
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Old 03-22-2016, 02:16 PM   #13
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There is a Coast Guard Air Station there. Never made it to the west coast while active but been to Astoria. How do ur slide awnings do in the wind or do u bring in the slides when bad. I guess that is the one down side to slide awnings in high wind. Hopefully u got no damage with hail on FW or truck
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Hi Rock,

Slide awning have done really well in winds, only once have we pulled the slides in when the winds were exceeding 45-50mph last trip...

Does not appear the Truck or RV suffered any hail damage... The hail was only slightly larger than bb size, but it did come down pretty heavy for awhile...

Thanks for asking and I truly hope your rig get repaired and back to you soon!
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Hey Rock, I have been retired about 10 years now. Still buying and paying off toys, just don't work any more. Served in Vietnam 1966-1967. Marine Corps provided me a scenic fun filled cruise complete with typhoon to beautiful Southeast Asia. That was the last cruise I ever took!
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Have u gotten the chance to look at your roof to see if has gotten any worse.
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AZ, we had that same exact issue repaired on our last fifth wheel. Aluminum molding not secured very well and protruding. Less than a day repair. There should not be much if any glue on the wrap around molding. In most cases, they can remove the edge trim, roll back the roofing a little and redo what is necessary. You aren't the first nor the last with this issue.

I prefer Ed's more permanent fix, but if that's not in the budget, yours can be easily fixed.
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AZ, we had that same exact issue repaired on our last fifth wheel. Aluminum molding not secured very well and protruding. Less than a day repair. There should not be much if any glue on the wrap around molding. In most cases, they can remove the edge trim, roll back the roofing a little and redo what is necessary. You aren't the first nor the last with this issue.

I prefer Ed's more permanent fix, but if that's not in the budget, yours can be easily fixed.
It's stapled luan (it feels like luan to me) that makes radius, the luan edge is buckled between his far spaced staples. There is no molding under the membrane.
Once that luan is buckled I can't see them getting it flat again without replacing it.
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Are we referring to the same aluminum radius molding at the edge? That is in fact aluminum stapled to the roof plywood then the sidewall. TPO roof is then wrapped over that and secured with side molding. Take one apart and you'll see. Almost every manf. uses the same concept.
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I thought it was aluminum until I felt it, but maybe it is. It just felt like wood because the edge feels to be about 1/16" thick and when I press on it and tap on it it feels like wood.
It makes sense that it would be aluminum though.
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