Work continues on the RV roof. We’ve removed several hundred pounds of weight, including two very old air conditioners and lots of add-on channel iron that was holding everything together. All that’s left is some lauan plywood, foam, a few 1 by 4s and the aluminum skin.
The new roof design will be a vast improvement from the original, with steel supports for one much lighter air conditioner. The new roof design will consist of a fiberglass-reinforced plastic ceiling, 1x2s for support beams, insulating foam, luan plywood and a layer of thermoplastic polyolefin on the top.
Still a lot of work to do but the project is certainly coming along! This is no doubt the biggest task of the entire project. While it may appear simple, a stock Winnebago roof is surprisingly complex.