you are welcome with all question you are going to ask me or Cory.
I covered the roof with tintable Raptor Liner and a little white colour in it. This is the best solution in my opinion.
The old roof was rebuilt but i never brought it to it´s old shape and i always had two leaking spots. Two many screw holes due to the aluminium profile that runs north south on the roof. The roof is built from two sheets of aluminium and the line in the middle where they are connected is the weak point on the Jayco.
We are going to replace the entire roof this spring.
I am importing Bundutec USA Campers to Germany and got some of the aluminium profiles they use for their roof + all the smaller parts.
I think that is my dealer benefit ;-)
Then i ordered a 1" fiberglass/foam sandwich with a reinforcement where the hanging closet is and pre-cut channels for the wiring.
Not a cheap solution but i needed another panel to close the back wall of a box truck that we convert to a RV so i saved 1x shipping cost.
The L-Profils at the corners are not an easy fix. I needed the wide profiles to cover dozens of screw holes from the previous owners. Smaller profiles must work better because they are available of thinner material. It was a hard job to get them on the corners, glue and fix them.