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Old 08-07-2013, 07:28 AM   #1
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Wink Hot 2005 Lexington 255 DS

I bought a damaged 2005 Lex that was in a building that burned. The top got hot from IR heating from the fire and seems to have some delamation issues. I can send some interesting pics of melted a King Dome and such.

Are there any engineering specs that I can see as to how the top is made, so I can fix it up? I would hate to just add a coupple of 4 x 4's inside the MH. Hee Hee. I have 40 yrs of fiberglass experience as I was one of the co-founders of Wenonah Canoe in the 60's. I am also an engineer. The front 1/3 of ther roof seems spongy as you walk on it.


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Old 08-07-2013, 01:17 PM   #2
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Aluminum framed with laminated foam for the structure. If the foam melted...its lost its structure.
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