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Scottiemom

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Posted: 01/18/19 07:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have had 2 class C's and both had problems leaking in the front. My sister and her husband bought a brand new Class C and kept it in a garage except when they were out camping. After 2 years, he had to tear the front cap out completely and rebuild it. He did a nice job.

We live in our Class A, but we bought a small motorhome for Alaska. It is a B+. The coach itself is built like a box and there is a fiberglas cap attached to the front to deflect wind/rain. Never a leak in that one.


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Posted: 01/18/19 08:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is our B+ with the Fiberlass cap as Scottiemom noted, not a leak in the front area. [image]


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Jayco-noslide

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They say "Water always wins. That's why there's a Grand Canyon." Seriously, constant water on a flat roof along with all that movement. But we have a 2003 Class C with a fiberglass roof and have only had leakage with one area near the front overhang at a seam, so not too bad.


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Posted: 01/18/19 09:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

In 25+ years the only leak I had in my Class C was from a side window which prompted me to remove and reseal all the side windows (all RV's should have there windows resealed eventually).


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