Originally Posted by Bstoermer53
I have a 2013 Rockwood 8289 WS and I've noticed the front cowling is deflecting inward just above the decal "Rockwood". It has not been struck, nor is there any evidence of damage. It appears to being caused by head wind as I drive. It got noticeably worse on a recent trip from California to Utah and back. Is it possible for wind to damage the front cowling? Anyone else?
If your talking about the front cap, then yes I too have the problem. My 5er is the Flagstaff 8528rsws which is a sister to the Rockwood line. The rubber trim on the metal that secures the cap to the roof tore loose on our last trip, I beleive because of the change in air movement caused by the deformation of the front cap collapse. I have service scheduled Aug 9th at the plant service facility. If you search the forum, you will find many members reporting the same problem.