Originally Posted by Rodeoracer20
I have a 2002 super C, I noticed last year that on bumpy roads it started moving and the over head started getting closer and closer to the cab. Well it has sat all winter and when I went to get it ready this spring the overhead is not resting on the roof of the cab. I live in the middle of nowhere so I’m going to have to fix it myself but don’t know where to start. Any help????
I'm assuming the intended word here was 'now'?
"...the overhead is now resting on the roof..."
Have you gone on the roof to see if there's any signs of structural failure? Is the entire 'house' moving down as a unit (unlikely)?
I'm not telling you something you don't already know when I write 'something is structurally incorrect' and you'll need to identify what's going on before anyone may be able to help you. You have to find out if the overhead is 'tipping' forward or moving as a solid unit. If solid unit, the 'house' is settling, and that's not good in this case.