Philip Lee
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Before applying the liquid rubber to the roof, I decided to experiment in forming and installing seam edging. I purchased edging that looks like angle iron and will accept rubber insert to hide…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lakota Wolf Sep 13, 2015.


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Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
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Newbie to RV restoration. I am currently considering a 1976 Okanagan.
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Winter is closing in and Arizona is calling so we have wrapped up our reno work for this year. Roof is repaired, three corners and lower panels have been repaired, window covering repaired, diamond plate and edging installed on front, new roof vent and solar panel. Inside we put in…


Posted on October 11, 2015 at 10:54am


After looking at a number of options I chose to roof in the dome with 1/8 inch puck board. It is UV protected, very durable and flexible enough to bend n the curves. It comes in various thicknesses but I have sufficient support under it to allow for the thinner sheet.

Next step is to apply liquid rubber to the sidewalls and base after which I will remove the screws…


Posted on August 29, 2015 at 7:11pm


With the worst of the tar, rubber and goop removed, glued and screwed a 1/2 in plywood skin. Next step will be to enclose the fiberglass dome and then apply primer and rubber roof…


Posted on August 22, 2015 at 9:37am — 3 Comments

Trailer Restoration

With 80% of the exterior repaired it is time to tackle the roof. There is so much tar and dried glue that there are only two options. Replace the whole roof or put a 1/2" skim of plywood over the existing roof. I chose option two and will get to it as soon as I have prepared the…


Posted on August 9, 2015 at 2:45pm — 1 Comment

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