1992 Destiny Royale roof questions

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  1. desroyale

    desroyale New Member

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    Good Morning All!
    I'm new here to PopUpPortal. I've owned a 92 Coleman Destiny Royale for a few years now. What was once a small roof leak has now become an issue that needs to be addressed. I'm seeing alot of how to forums, pictures and videos. However, before I try to tackle the rebuild i have a few questions. What fasteners are holding the canvas tracks to the roof? Rivets? The heads have circles with three lines in them. Will these have to be drilled out? I haven't opened anything up yet. Will these be found throughout? Are the lift legs riveted as well or will they have screws/bolts easier to deal with. Thank you in advance for any replies.
     
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    Not sure how to edit here. What I believe to be rivets are actually located on the metal trims at the luann joints and roof corners.
     
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    Do you have pics?
     
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    I know my JayCo popup canvas fasteners are held in by staples, and lift rods by bolts.
     
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    The tracks that hold the canvas in my Jayco are stapled into the sidewalls about every 18 inches or so and the canvas has screws going through it in the corners where there is n more track. You could do the same or maybe just buy a couple of new pieces of track and cut them to fit in the space where there is none. the screws they used have a washer built onto them, they were not separate.
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    Thank you kcormier19.
    Unfortunately it looks as if the Jayco's roof is completely different than my Colemans. I appreciate the reply though.
     

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