So, it looks like my 05 Eagle has developed a roof crack, about 6" long and very narrow, but I'd like advice on how to 1) repair it, 2) stop it from spreading, and 3) seal it from the elements. Pictures coming...
As back-history, I added Yakima tracks and roof rack last year, and had a factory rep do the work. They admitted they weren't sure how well it would work out, but I believe they did good work, and it was not due to poor workmanship.
So, it looks like the crack is emanating from a former hole that attached the roof to the cross-beams. Over the weekend we had our two paddleboards on the roof rack and nothing else. I remember a log truck go by and the truck being shaken by a big gust of wind, so I'm kind of guessing it was related to that stress. The crack is about 1 foot in front of the Yakima landing pads.
All repair suggestions are appreciated. I have heard other people talk about JBWeld, so I was wondering if this is appropriate for repair work? I've also heard about using self-leveling sealant, although I can't seem to find which is recommended. Thanks.
Edited by OffTheGridMaps, 31 August 2020 - 05:55 PM.