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Old 03-17-2018, 09:14 AM   #1
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Shasta 2009 Broken Rooflight

Hey all!

I have a 2009 Shasta Airflyte whose rooflight (different from a skylight in that you can crank it open to the outside, like a sunroof kind of) flew off in a windstorm. Unfortunately it appears to be a model from the UK, called a Remis Remitop Vario 2. I have no idea why they chose a UK rooflight when creating these campers, but I can't seem to find any distributor that will ship to the US.

Does anyone have suggestions for repair, maybe with a normal skylight dome or some such? The hole in the ceiling is an odd size...20.25 x 28 inches.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 03-17-2018, 09:43 AM   #2
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Hey all!

I have a 2009 Shasta Airflyte whose rooflight (different from a skylight in that you can crank it open to the outside, like a sunroof kind of) flew off in a windstorm. Unfortunately it appears to be a model from the UK, called a Remis Remitop Vario 2. I have no idea why they chose a UK rooflight when creating these campers, but I can't seem to find any distributor that will ship to the US.

Does anyone have suggestions for repair, maybe worth a normal skylight dome our some such? The hole in the ceiling is an odd size...20.25 x 28 inches.

Thanks in advance!
Picture would help identify. Is this it? Most of us call it a roof vent.

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Old 03-17-2018, 09:51 AM   #3
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Yes that's the one. Calling it a roof vent makes much more sense.
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