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Old 08-20-2016, 05:28 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by ray98 View Post
Yup....they love to chew on things. I have a hard plastic lawnmower shed and one chewed a hole completely through the plastic on the corner of the room. They have also chewed on an aluminum jon boat I have.
one chewed the lead posts off an old battery I left outside. Bet he got a charge out of that.

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Old 08-20-2016, 07:23 PM   #12
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anything is possible. i wouldn't want those critters running all over my roof . I don't even like birds sitting on the roof .
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We have our TT stored in our daughters yard and are planning on moving it to our yard soon. We have so many squirrels, possums and raccoons that visit our yard daily. They used to go from the trees, across the roof of our old shed and then to the trees in the back yard. Kind of like their highway. We took down the shed and the TT will be sitting right where the old shed was. I know they will use the top of the camper to cross the yard just like they did with the shed. I'm worried about their toenails making tiny holes in the membrane of the roof. Could that happen by them walking on it?
I would not be worried about critters crossing roof as long as they do not stop and decide to make a nest in your roof A/C. This has happened several times in our park in FL and on another occasion chewed their way into the roof ducting. Bad news and lots of damage.

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Old 08-20-2016, 08:11 PM   #13
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Even an Oak tree has damaged a roof. The falling acorns punctured it. I move mine every fall. A fake owl is all I know of to keep squirrels away and it's not very effective. And keep mothballs in the engine area.

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