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Old 08-09-2016, 11:47 PM   #1
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Ok so I have a 2000 shamrock hybrid hyperlite. I was given info on how to tell what type of roof it is but can't figure it out. All the roof has is a rubber type skin that has some type of texture. There doesn't seem to be side rails I can remove. The only thing under the roofing material is 2" styrofoam. How do I determine the roof material. Have a pretty major depression near the ac where water accumulates. And has damaged my entire new ceiling and flooring. Need help asap.

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Old 08-10-2016, 05:10 AM   #2
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Sounds like it might be TPO rather than EPDM rubber. easiest way to check is to take off a roof vent interior garnish and get your hands on a scrap. If it is stretchy it is EPDM, if it is not stretchy and has a plastic feel it is TPO. I would have to see pictures of your side areas, but quite often the roof material is clamped down underneath a piece of trim. It has to be secured somewhere, someway, somehow, or it would blow off running down the road.

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