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Old 06-19-2018, 04:30 PM   #1
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Question.. my 2014 jayco whitehawk didnít come with a ladder.. I purchased it used in 2016. Iíve seen in the jayco website that they proudly advertise the tough roof. Iím not sure If one can walk on the roof. Does anyone have any experience with weight capacity if the jayco whitehawk line ?? Thanks.
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You can walk on the roof with no problem. It just feels like you walk on a house roof with 1/2 ply and 24" between the rafters. I go on the TT roof twice a year for cleaning and checking the seals.
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^^^^ That. I walk on the roof of my 24MBH at least twice a year checking things out , and washing
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Another here on the roof twice a year for cleaning and inspection.
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Ok thank you all for the feedback..
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The way I look at it, they had to walk on it to install the vents and AC, so why not? Usually 2-3 people on the roof during the build.
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