Pulling Back Covering For Rubber Roof Repair

by John P. Wiroll
(Merrimack, NH)

Question: 2000 Coachman Leprecahn 31 ft class C. Does rubber roof covering come up to repair under roof panel that is rotted due to leak. I am unsure of the outer construction.


The outer rubber is not damaged. I AM HOPING I can pull back covering to replace any damage under 7 reattach rubber roof reseal. Any help is greatly appreciated.


Robbie: Yes, the rubber roof material can be peeled back to make repairs on the wood rot, removal of moldings and anything holding the rubber down will have to be removed, be careful when peeling back the rubber so you don't stretch it or when you re-glue it down it won't lay smooth. Make sure you use the recommended glue, check with the RV Service Center you like to use in your area.

Robbie

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Apr 12, 2017
Rubber roof peeled back NEW
by: Anonymous

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