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I've been up on my Northwood MFG and ORV roofs so many times I couldn't tell you.
Not sure why the concern. Falling off has nothing to do with the roofs integrity.

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I am 80 years old and my Monaco is 20. I go up there and check for leaks, work on A/C, Refrigerator vent fans, antenna, everything. Just be careful.

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I usually crawl around on mine on all fours. Spreads the force out a little more and makes me feel safer.

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Terryallan wrote:

Actually it depends on your RV. "most" but not all, are designed to be walked on.. Especially the ones with a factory ladder.
If you are in doubt. Call the manufacturer of your camper. They will tell you in just a minute.
Don't count on the ladder to mean it is OK.
My first new TT had a ladder....Yet the dealer and the manual both said not to walk on it.



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All my trailers (4) have had " walk on roofs....as long as you can walk on water. ??

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