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Old 01-17-2014, 09:07 PM   #11
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Was at the Florida RV show this week and there were several vendors there that were displaying their Rhino products. Gave me a ball park of $4000 to do a 38" MH like mine.
Did any of them mention anything about possible UV problems with the white color?
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Another option is FlexArmor at www.rvroof.com. One of the Sunseeker owners had his done due to cracking in the fiberglass roof. FR actually paid to have it done. I've considered doing this to our new Silverback. To me, if you're going to keep one for a good while, it's worth it for the peace of mind. I'd pay $4k to not have to worry about the roof as much. Maybe it's just me, but the rubber now a days is a lot thinner than it used to be. I believe I had an Alpha EPDM roof on all 3 Mobile Scouts / SunnyBrooks, and it was a LOT thicker. The thin Dicor roof is very easy to puncture and tear. I have a piece from ours I cut out where it was folded down into the skylight just to have a closer look at it. Not impressed.
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Another option is FlexArmor at www.rvroof.com. One of the Sunseeker owners had his done due to cracking in the fiberglass roof. FR actually paid to have it done. I've considered doing this to our new Silverback. To me, if you're going to keep one for a good while, it's worth it for the peace of mind. I'd pay $4k to not have to worry about the roof as much. Maybe it's just me, but the rubber now a days is a lot thinner than it used to be. I believe I had an Alpha EPDM roof on all 3 Mobile Scouts / SunnyBrooks, and it was a LOT thicker. The thin Dicor roof is very easy to puncture and tear. I have a piece from ours I cut out where it was folded down into the skylight just to have a closer look at it. Not impressed.
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