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  1. I have edited the original post - perhaps the long length of the post was why only 1 person replied to the query? And it has only been a day since I wrote the content.... Regardless, here is the truncated version of the long, flowery, original post: 1. Any suggestions on roof solar panel installation? Or over cab roof install ideas? Solar system is in place already - wkng fine. Just beefing up - need advice on the best method for installing 2 100watt rigid glass panels. 2. Had a flexible solar panel on roof, adhered with duck tape - tape has left residue - need to remove that. 3. Seems roof has minor damage - cracks, small chips, few tiny holes. Would re-fiberglassing the damaged roof areas be the best solution? 4. Am installing a new roof vent - the ceiling vents that manually open and close, no fan on this one. Aside from using butyl tape and lap sealant, does anyone have suggestions on replacing old roof vents? Ok - am hoping by editing out all the conversational elements of my last post perhaps its more readable now and gets more replies, haha!
  2. If anyone has ideas about replacing my roof vent please read on. We sure appreciate the help. We have a 1986 Travelmaster Savannah motorhome. The Roof vent was cracked and broken. I purchased a Hengs 66621-C2 hoping it would fit. My rough opening is 22" and the inside drop down area of the Heng escape hatch is smaller than that, about 21 1/4 inch so it does not meet up with the edges of the opening to help make everything water tight. Worse yet the entire excape hatch falls down through my 22" opening. Yes, the lid covers the opening but there is not way for me to screw in the bottom galvanized frame. All of the holes for the screws are resting on air right at the edge of the frame and will not allow me to screw the hatch into the wood on the rough. Does anyone have any ideas or another brand they might suggest please? I thought perhaps I might be able to have a auto bsody place make a metal frame that could go over the one on the vent frame and be riveted to it. The holes for the screws could be farther out on the new frame? PS we have decided to sell the motor home as my husband is 6'-8" and it has been fun to have at our home as a camper for guests but does not fit him well for a road trip across the country. IF anyone is interested please let me know. I plan to post it in the classifieds soon. It is a 1986 with 65,000 original miles, lots of mechanics updated and is the model with the original duel wheels and is in good condition.
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