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Old 05-05-2009, 11:15 AM   #1
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It's interesting to see the pdf with the cruiser construction sequence. There are a couple of questions, however, I've always had that aren't answered here. First does the roof rubber membrane overlap the nose cap or is it the other way around. Secondly does the roof overlap the sidewalls. Because of the molding on the roof and the rain gutter/molding just below the radius edge it's impossible to see what laps what. Anyone know?

I'm always paranoid about leaks because of the resulting damage. I'm wondering how close an eye I have to keep on the caulking at these points?


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Old 05-05-2009, 11:45 AM   #2
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The rubber runs UNDER the nosecap assembly. Second, the roof sheathing ends and has a sheet aluminum radius to the sidewall. The membrane goes over this and is stapled/screwed/caulked along with the white sidewall trim.

Yes, you must watch these locations on any trailer carefully for cracking/seperation. I usually inspect & touchup spots in Spring and Fall.
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