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Old 05-12-2016, 11:11 PM   #11
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You can purchase the inner and outer domes from Icon at "icon.com" be sure to order the special roof sealer. Dicor and other sealers do not adhear to the lexan domes. I can tell you from experience.
Did you mean Replacement RV Parts & Fender Skirts - AC Shrouds & more - IconDirect.com ?
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Old 05-12-2016, 11:14 PM   #12
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Good info. I may just have someone handle it for me at a dealer.
Don't! If you want something right when it comes to RV's, please do it yourself. If you want shoddy service, corners cut, and high pricing then by all means use an RV dealer.

It isn't a difficult job at all. If you live in CO, I'll do it for pizza and a beer provided you pay for all parts. Friends don't let Friends use RV dealers.
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:55 AM   #13
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Yes , I have used them many times when working on RVs and have found them to be very good to work with and they have an extensive catalogue of formed plastic parts including the domes you are looking for. They ship very quickly. Good luck with your installation. Remember to install some framework around the opening to give you screws a firm anchorage.
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:10 AM   #14
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Personally,,, I think you should be happy you don't have a Sky Light !!!
In my opinion they are nothing more than a PITA !!!
And I think you are looking for trouble,,, having one installed !!!
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Personally,,, I think you should be happy you don't have a Sky Light !!!
In my opinion they are nothing more than a PITA !!!
And I think you are looking for trouble,,, having one installed !!!
I agree with Wolverine 1945, l removed skylight during my roof repair, that is why most are over the bathtub.
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Old 05-14-2017, 08:26 AM   #16
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I agree with Wolverine 1945, l removed skylight during my roof repair, that is why most are over the bathtub.
Right On,,, trouble is most that leak,,, the water ends running somewhere other than in the Tub !!! The one that we had in our old TT leaked,,, and the water ran out of the bath fan & ceiling light !!! I have seen leakers in Manufactured homes where the water did not show up until it ran 6 or 8 feet down the ceiling
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