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just wondering, I cleaned the snow off of the top of mine while standing on a ladder and thought it would be easier to stand on top of it.

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just wondering, I cleaned the snow off of the top of mine while standing on a ladder and thought it would be easier to stand on top of it.

Jim
how much snow wa on it? couldnt be much own there is it? I used to go on mine to resealand clean it.
 

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I asked my dealer (Classic Dominator) about putting A/C in and he said he always puts down a 4x8 sheet of plywood. Some trailers have a partial or full lenght observation platform and the roof is reinforced for those applications.

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I've been walking on top of mine for 9 or so years now and have caused no damage, I have a Haulmark with an alumium flat roof.

I wash my roof once a year, it keeps the sides from getting black streaks a little longer.
 

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I guess it depends on how much you weigh? Some guys are 135 some are 275 makes a big difference. I use a 1/2 sheet of plywood when I clean the snow off mine
 

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Thanks guys, I took the safe route and stood on a ladder, didn't want to chance ruining my only shelter for my car.
 
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