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Gary McCusker
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Coachman rebuild

Postby Gary McCusker » Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:05 am

After removing my winter storage cover on my 98 Coachman slide-in camper,I have massive amounts of water damage above and around the cab-over from where I have no concievable clue. I have built several stich and glue boats and was wondering if it's possible to remonve the outer covering and steel sheet roof,then install 1/4" a/c plywood and fiberglass using 6oz. woven cloth. TX McCusker

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leakcheck
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Postby leakcheck » Fri Jun 06, 2008 10:17 am

Gary,

Didn't coachman put out a video once showing how they built their campers? That might give you an idea of what you are up against. But what you are proposing surely sounds feasible.

STeve

upspirate

Postby upspirate » Wed Jun 18, 2008 1:39 pm

Gary,
I was thinking about your camper & wondered if those fiberglass sheets would be a good thing to use on the roof.

I'm talking about the ones sold at Lowes or Hom depot.
They use them a lot in restrooms on the walls in restaurants, busnessses etc.
It has a pebble finish on one side.I used this stuff for headliner in my sailboat & it's pretty tough,but easy to work with.

You may have to use some sort of that silver roof coat stuff to seal the joints& make it U/V friendly.

Just a thought.

Warren


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