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Old 09-30-2021, 03:07 PM   #1
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How do I find out if the roof is walkable? 2017 Sunset
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So you have a ladder attached to the back? That is usually the easiest way. Otherwise, get up there and press on it. Mine isn't walkable and it's really obvious.
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How do I find out if the roof is walkable? 2017 Sunset
Aside from the obvious answer: Try walking on it and if you fall thru, it probably isn't walkable.

Besides that, a roof access ladder is probably the key, No Ladder, No Walkie. At least I wouldn't be attempting it.

I polish and wax our trailer every year and I place some plywood sheets up top so I can access the front of the bubble, if I happen to place a knee on the roof (not on the plywood) I can hear the distinctive sound of plywood cracking. There are a few places this doesn't occur but I think those are where the roof stringer (joists, ribs) run.
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Mine isn't walkable either, but walk on it whenever I have to. How else are you going to wash it or install solar or do upgrades. Walk where the aluminum rafters/crossbars are and use commonsense. Was just up on mine a few weeks ago washing off the Aphid honeydue with the pressure washer that turned my rubber roof black, and pretty much the complete trailer black, at the seasonal. Something I knew nothing about, and will never happen again. Thank God for pressure washers, 3 tanks of gas, and 4 hours, but the trailer is again looking like a trailer.
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