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Old 07-22-2009, 10:29 PM   #1
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2004 T2499 For Sale in Central Ohio

Hi Sunline Campers

2-5-2010. Our T2499 has found a new home. She now has a very wanting new owner that we wish the best too and many happy campouts.



You know, we do get attached to these things.

Thanks

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Old 07-24-2009, 08:31 PM   #2
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Old 08-15-2009, 05:35 PM   #4
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Nice

I wish I was in the market for this camper. To anyone who wishes to sell their camper, take note; THIS is how you sell a camper! Lots of pictures, descriptions, and the extreme pride of ownership makes the sale so easy.

When I sold my 1999 T-2570, which was in great shape, the buyer made a comment while handing over the money that they were buying the camper more because of me, than what they knew about the camper.

This seems like a very good deal, and I hope some lucky family grabs this before it's gone!

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Old 11-08-2009, 06:29 PM   #5
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WE JUST PURCHASED A 2004 SUNLINE THAT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WHEN WE SAW THE CONDITIOND OF YOUR ROOF, WE WERE AMAZED HOW CLEAN IT IS. WHEN WE WERE LOOKING UP THE INFO ON THE ROOF SO WE KNOW HOW TO MAINTAIN IT, WE WERE A LITTLE UPSET THAT YOU CAN NOT WALK ON THE ROOF. MY HUSBAND WAS WONDERING HOW YOU KEEP YOUR ROOF LOOKING SO GOOD. HE WANTS TO COAT THE ROOF BUT IS NOT SURE HOW TO DO IT WITHOUT WALKING ON THE ROOF. WHEN WE BOUGHT IT THE SALES MAN TOLD US WE COULD WALK ON THE ROOF AND EVEN SIT ON THE ROOF TO WATCH A NASCAR RACE IF WE WANTED TO, BUT WE NOW KNOW THAT IS NOT TRUE. COULD YOU HELP US OUT WITH ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO COAT THE ROOF AND SEAL THE SEAMS.

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Angie,

The main reason for John's roof being so clean is he has kept the coach inside since new, as well as regularly washing it.

The infamous black spots that you probably have on your roof that still remain after just about every possible chemical application are from stuff in the air that settle down on the roof at night. I don't think anyone has really determined if it's a mold, algae, etc. You might be able to get the spots to look a little duller, but you'll never completely get rid of them.

Here's some tips on cleaning your roof:

http://rvbasics.com/techtips/rv-roof-care.html

I really hadn't heard that a citrus based cleaner would void a warranty and be bad for the roof. On here, we all recommend the usage of Awesome, which is a very inexpensive, yet VERY effective, citrus based all-purpose cleaner. It's available at most dollar stores. Even if you don't use it on your roof, it is pretty much THE BEST product for removing black streaks from the sidewalls. Use with caution though, and try not to let it dry on. Rinse off as soon as possible.

Yes, the roof IS NOT walk-on. The best way to maintain the roof is to use a ladder and some sort of long-handled brush. If you must get on the roof to service something, there is a method:

First, you have to get a decent sized board. Some people use plywood, some use a 2x12 or something similar in size. Basically just enough to kneel on, and then just a little wider. Then, get a blanket, towel, or piece of old carpet and either wrap the board or put it down on the roof first to protect it. Then, place the board between two roof rafters. You can feel the roof rafters just by pushing down on the rubber. It will flex in between the rafters and will be solid where they are. The flex in between won't hurt anything if you push lightly with your hand, but if you were to step on it, you could actually go through the roof.

I believe the rafters are 16" on center, so make sure the board covers at least two rafters before putting body weight on it. If you must lean over to work on something and have to support part of yourself with your hand, make sure you're pushing onto a rafter.

If you have any further questions, feel free to make a new post in the "Repairs and Maintenance" forum, so we don't clog up John's For Sale ad.

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Re: 2004 Sunline Solaris 2753

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Originally Posted by Angie Shults
WE JUST PURCHASED A 2004 SUNLINE THAT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND WHEN WE SAW THE CONDITIOND OF YOUR ROOF, WE WERE AMAZED HOW CLEAN IT IS.

COULD YOU HELP US OUT WITH ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO COAT THE ROOF AND SEAL THE SEAMS.

THANK YOU,
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Hi Angie

Welcome to Sunline Club! The roof being clean, Sunline Fan hit the nail on the head and yes, I wash it about every 2 1/2 to 3 months during the summer season and the T2499 is stored in side. Extreme TLC. My T310SR is out side, bummer.... however I wash the roof the same and it looks like the T2499 just it is harder to keep that way being outside. I try to not go beyond 3 months. And I constantly keep a hawk eye on the chaulking and seams and address any hair line split in the chaulk at the time they start.

Coating the roof and seams, Yes please ask this same question on the Repairs and maintenance section. I have some pics of the chaulking process I can share from my big camper.

Again welcome.

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What a beautiful coach, wish I was ready to upgrade. Need to hang on to my bunkhouse until the kids go off to college. We want a rear living area when we upgrade in a few years.
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