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Old 01-11-2011, 06:31 PM   #1
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Fiberglass Roof

We've ordered a new, 2011, 378TS Georgetown and want to put a winegard sat dish on the roof. The question I have is: is mounting something on fiberglass roof any different than on a "rubber" roof?

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Not really. The only difference is the outter material. It's still the same under support lumber etc. I have a dome on mine. Fibreglass is probably easier to drill without worrying about a tear like a rubber roof. Just be sure to get a sealant that works with the fibreglass material. I believe Camping World use the the pours type sealant. Ducron or something like that.
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Great...Thanks. I thought that would be the answer, but always glad to get reassurance!!
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Not really. The only difference is the outter material. It's still the same under support lumber etc. I have a dome on mine. Fibreglass is probably easier to drill without worrying about a tear like a rubber roof. Just be sure to get a sealant that works with the fibreglass material. I believe Camping World use the the pours type sealant. Ducron or something like that.
Dicor is the product they used. Hey I had a couple of the letters right!!!!
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