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Old 01-15-2022
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Actually there is another thing I'm looking for and once again I haven't been able to find them. Does anyone know where you can get the seals for the roof rails where the attach to the body of the bus? The previous owner told me they need to be replaced because the passengers side caused a water leak in the front.
There are no "seals" so to speak. BB placed a piece of thick rubber between the goat rail and the coach and ran a screw through it. the same process was used under the exuded aluminum walkways. Only the piece of rubber is longer to accommodate however many screws were used in a line. I know this because I have pulled each screw on my roof and sealed under each one due to a few leaks I had. There are a few threads were some owners have used rivnuts in their roofs to help seal the holes.
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OK, that's good to know. Thanks for the input. I guess once spring comes along I'll pull the rails off and make my own gaskets.
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OK, that's good to know. Thanks for the input. I guess once spring comes along I'll pull the rails off and make my own gaskets.
I would not call them gaskets,more like isolators maybe.
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Since you will be on the roof, check ware the antennas go through the roof. It is a small triangle piece of metal with sealant on it. After many years, it dries out. I have had to reseal all of mine. They are held on with three Phillips head screws.
Because the water follows the wire, it is hard to imagine that the leak was coming from there, rather than the rail screws.
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