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Roof Strength on Jay Flight

Post  ftwildernessguy on Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:31 pm

I am used to wandering around on the roof of my Kiwi to check and recaulk seams and clean the rubber. Is the roof on the Jay Flight strong enough to support my weight (175lbs) for this purpose?

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Re: Roof Strength on Jay Flight

Post  winbadgers on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:51 pm

Assuming it is in good condition this should not be a problem. I would not suggest jumping on it but standing on it should not be a problem. Having said that, I am not that familiar with that particular model. You could always e-mail the factory from the jayco website or contact a dealer.
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Re: Roof Strength on Jay Flight

Post  dalenoel on Wed Oct 14, 2009 8:56 am

We went through the Jayco factory tour last week and from what we saw, they all have either a bonded construction or plywood on the whole roof. You should be able to feel the joist buildup as you are up there. Try to stay on the supports and not between them and you should be alright.
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Re: Roof Strength on Jay Flight

Post  Lucas874 on Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:37 pm

I used to get up on the roof of my Jayflight 29bhs to clean off snow. I weigh 250lbs...never had any problems. I've been up on the roof of my new Eagle 324 a few times too...no problems.

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