Grizzly Grip Roof Repair

Discussion in 'Roof/Floor Repair & Maintenance' started by NYR774, Apr 26, 2018.

  1. NYR774

    NYR774 New Member

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    Using the advice I found on this forum I replaced my popup outer fiberglass layer with Grizzley Grip. I had been chasing some roof cracks with repair tape and finally decided to just pull the roof off and go with Grizzly Grip.

    I ordered two of the 4x6 kits in Snow White and ended up with surplus (4 extra 1 quart containers). I personally found that solid standard rollers from Lowes (full size for the roof and 4 inch for the sides) worked better then the ones supplies by Grizzly Grip.

    Some pictures below:

    Cracking:

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    Roof off, foam exposed:
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    Grizzly Grip and new seal on:
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  2. eoleson1

    eoleson1 Well-Known Member

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    Looks great!
     
  3. Halford

    Halford Well-Known Member

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    good job replacing ABS roof.
     
  4. nineoaks2004

    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Great looking job !!
     
  5. Orchid

    Orchid Sharp Shootin' Grandma

    Absolutely fantastic looking! There was no saving that ABS, it was clearly delaminated. Now you have a brand new, solid roof that will last a lifetime. Great job!
     
  6. NYR774

    NYR774 New Member

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    Thanks everyone. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, much better then the taped up old roof.

    If anyone has any questions on the process I would be more then happy to help.
     
  7. eagerbeaver

    eagerbeaver New Member

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    So do you think 1 4x8 kit would be enough for the cheyenne and did you order fine or coarse?

    Thanks.
     
  8. Jml96sv

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    How strong is it? Do you think it could handle solar panels and A/C?
     
  9. MrsSquid

    MrsSquid Active Member

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    Great job @NYR774!

    Our Grizzly Grip roof has an AC and a bike rack. We have an interior supporting brace for the AC. We completed ours in August 2016. So far, no issues.

    The only real qualm I had was the other week when my 300 pound husband stood on the roof to pressure wash it.o_O
     
  10. NYR774

    NYR774 New Member

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    I ordered the fine.

    I'm not sure of the size of the Cheyenne but if I did my camper again I would order a 4X6 kit plus one extra quart. Looking at the website the 4X8 kit is one gallon plus three quarts so I think that will cover you if the Cheyenne and Sun Valley are around the same size.
     
  11. NYR774

    NYR774 New Member

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    Thanks and thanks for answering about the AC. I don't have an AC or anything else on my roof so I wasn't sure.
     
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