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class c overcab repairs
« on: January 10, 2011, 11:40:21 AM »
I recently removed the whole roof section on my 26 foot class c 1988 jamboree, I was a little surprised at the poor work and cheap products put into it. I am now in the process of repairing the water damage. All the wood over the cab was rotten, and several leaks around every opening.  I am steel fabricator so I replaced the wood in front with 1  1/4 in square 18 gauge tubing, wow is it stout.  I had the front window hole on the fiberglass nose piece filled in with fiberglass.  The next step was to put the nose piece back in place and attach it to the steel structure. So one question is stainless screws or rivets what is the best to use? Also after wiring the overhead marker lights I was going to use great stuff Foam insulation in between the metal and the fiberglass.  Is there a better way to insulate? The final stage roofing the  whole coach, rubber or aluminum? And what is the best way to attach it to the coach.  I could sure use some advise, thanks, Terry


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Re: class c overcab repairs
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2011, 11:57:21 AM »
1988 Pace Arrow, 34 feet, Chevy 454
                       So Cal