Originally Posted by Wolverine 1945
Sounds like every one ever built leaks ????????????
Owners of units that don't leak (like me) generally don't post on a thread where they can't help. And this forum only has a small minority of Rockwood A-frame owners, anyway.
That said, I have noticed small light leaks in bright sunshine at the 2 edge rails where the roof panels join. These 1/4" "holes" have never leaked while camping. I think there is enough overhang of the upper panel under most rain conditions. Perhaps a hard driving rain that was being blown from directly behind the camper might leak a little - we just haven't experienced it yet.
More likely to cause problems for us in the long term is UV-caused disintegration of the caulk (and possibly the window plastic itself) around the bubble windows. The extra UV radiation in Colorado high country from the thinner atmosphere and prevalent sunshine is a slow death for many materials - including plastic/vinyl window and door trim on my house. This is one of the reasons I keep my A-frame in the garage when not camping.
2014 Rockwood A122 A-frame