My first motor home was a used 1993 Airstream Land Yacht (barge).
It was a FEMALE DOG, it was a piece of serious engineering errors.
They put the roof on, then added the rounded roof caps. The caps were higher than the roof, and any water on the roof would seep through the cap seals. AC condensation, dew, rain, any water. Then the roof was constructed using alumimum rails. The low spot was the clothes closets.
Whenever we parked, the clothes were wet...
I took it back to Jackson Center three times, they would do a pressure test, each time it would pass. I do not see how, but it was Airstream, and I grew up thinking that Airstream was one of the best RV's out there.
I finally fixed the problem by using a couple gallons of Kool-seal. I filled the low spots with Kool-seal. No low spots, no place for water to puddle...
No more Airstreams for me.
QUOTE(NorthernIllinoisPlumber @ Mar 19 2010, 08:45 PM)
I was able to pull my 1988 Jayco 1208 out today to give it a little TLC. Mainly the trim/seal on the roof. Last November I scrubbed some seal off and created a leak. Well, its in the garage curing.