Hey All, Finally got the old Jayco opened up for the year, and found some water leakage at the rear corner. Much of my rear roof and some of the side boards are wet, where the canvas attaches. I have seen several topics on board where people have removed the entire roof assembly and re-built it with new wood. I am curious how a person starts that task, and how do you determine what you need to cut the new side boards to match? I have some decent wood-working skills and equipment, but are there drawings or templates available for a job like this, or is it just a matter of dis-assembly and cutting something to match what was removed? my concern is that you may not end up with something that gives accurate enough shape/dimension if basing everything on a rotted piece of wood. Not sure if this is a project that is for me or not, just exploring options and trying to learn right now. I can re-do the sealing gasket, but knowing that I have some wood rot and softness in there might be something that I want to remedy some day soon. Would appreciate any wisdom or experience someone who's been thru it can share. Thanks!