1973 Winnebago Indian roof replacement
Jul 3, 2008Public
Photo: The A/C was removed with pipes on the roof that alowed me to roll it to the edge.  Then an extention ladder let me slide it to the ground
Photo: I removed the A/C
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Photo: You can see all the low spots where water sat.
Photo: The metal trim held on by hundreds of screws was carefuly removed.
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Photo: You can see staples were useded to hold the roof panel to the walls. Here the metal roofing lifted off and the rotten wood inside the roof panel stayed.
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Photo: Top of wall.  The wood was inside the roof panel that fell apart when lifted off.
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Photo: Inside I thought of just leaving the metal roof an and working from inside.  Not a good idea.
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Photo: This is the roll bar behind the front seats with the plastic covers off it.  This is the top of the wall by the door.
Photo: It's off.
Photo: Now I can remove the large roof exit vent.
Photo: Top of wall in bedroom.  The bathroom shower is on the other side of the speaker.
Photo: Bathroom medicine cabinet and vent behind toilet.
Photo: This is the closet rod.
Photo: Back of bedroom upper cabinet.  You can see the screws that went up into the roof.  Not much holding the cabinet up.
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