The roof on my 1977 Starmaster is sagging due to snow that I failed to clear off over the winter. I want to fix it by reinforcing the roof with wood cross beams. Here's a view of the 1" styrofoam being removed: (Styrofoam was glued to roof so this was a pain to remove.) IMG_0794 by Syler posted Oct 6, 2019 at 4:07 PM I thought there would be some cross support beams or something, but there's nothing but styrofoam covered with cardboard. Here's the ceiling with all of the styrofoam removed: IMG_0796 by Syler posted Oct 6, 2019 at 4:07 PM Here's a dent caused by hail: IMG_0800 by Syler posted Oct 6, 2019 at 4:07 PM Some questions: 1) I'm thinking of installing wood cross support beams to push the roof back into shape... is that recommended? 2) How do I accurately get the correct profiles of the cross beams? Since the roof slopes not only from middle to sides, but from middle to front and back, the profiles for each cross beam would be different. 3) There's some hail damage on the roof... can I just hammer the dents out? Thanks for any help!