Same issue on Wind Jammer nose
While camping this past weekend, I got on top of our Wind Jammer roof to set up the satellite and noticed the front roof looked bubbled up. Upon closer inspection, I could see where the roof seal at the front cap had a crack about 6 inches long in the Dicor; however it wasn't loose. Apparently when driving the wind deflecting up over the front causes a low pressure area and the roof bubbles up because it has the ability to suck in air at the crack. It looks like the roof material is stretched and I am considering trying to fix this myself by removing the side trim and regluing the material. I have a full covered storage stall so I can do this repair without being in the Texas sun. I have not taken it to have it looked at and not sure the insurance will cover it as it isn't damaged, just had a seam crack open. I think it is the EDPM material.
D_B Travelers - 8 nights in 2017, 35 nights in 2016. 1st RV
2014 TT WJ3001w, new 2016 FW SOB, 2015 GMC 3500HD CC DRW Duramax, TST 507rv TPMS.
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