No Walk Roof
I have a 300BH. I know it has a no walk roof. I've already had to get up there once to install a vent cover and I quickly realized just how much flex there is to it. Was just very careful to keep my weight to the side and just lean over to work on the vent. Even with that you do have to get up at least some on the roof. Was just careful to keep my weight over the roof truss and close to the vent where it felt more supported. Still, a very awkward process. Are there any suggestions, tricks of the trade to working on the roof? How do the repair folks work on one? Is there something you can build to lay over the roof to distribute your weight? There are some things up there that are more central and there is no way you can work on it without getting further up on the roof. Just interested in hearing how others are handling this.
D. Jones; Ashland, MO
2014 Sunset Trail 300BH
Ford F-150 Twin Turbo, Max Towing Package