Thought I would post this post on this thread also. It might help someone else with roof problems.
Hi Everyone, We've been so busy with getting all the maintence, maintence and maintence done that comes with the territory when you buy a used 2003 motorhome. The first and only owner is a man that is 96 years young. He lives and had the motorhome stored pretty much out in the elements in central California. So that's the bad news.
The good news is we finally located the foam roof cove material we need! Fedex is on the way with it and we should have the order by next Wednesday. We search and searched ("Never give in, Never give up Club"). The motorhome is in Reno having the transmission fluid and all other fluids we haven't done yet taken care of as I write this. New front tires and alignment is complete. We'll be doing some more "white glove stuff" and roof repairs using the Eternabond Tape as soon as "Old Blue" comes home to us.
Sorry this is getting long winded but I also wanted to include the information on where we found the foam coving that blew/flew away while the roof lifted in the wind. The shipping was about $20.00. Not because of weight but size of the box. Hope this information might be useful for some in the future. Gail and Cliff
On Monday, August 26, 2019, 7:48:08 AM PDT, Winnebago Parts Quote:
I have that in stock for $5.44/ea plus s/h and they now come 4' long.
To get an order going, please feel free to contact me at 800-933-7742 and ask for Tyler.
2003 Winnebago Adventurer 35U