Well... Three hrs with flimsy cardboard on a ladder in the wind and I almost gave up. I got to the bus at 8:00 to get an early start and by 11:00 was ready to sell the bus.
I took a lunch break and went to Mc Dees. A quarter pounder deluxe later and I had a break through. Just like that old TV show "Name that tune", Tom, I can connect that roof in four pieces, OK connect that roof.
The first two pieces are the hard ones. On the good note, once I got one figured out the other is a mirror image.
After measuring the roof, I figured out if I can get the first piece to go the first 18" The left over 6.5' would almost be straight. With my quarter pounder deluxe break through, it only took me two tries. the first one was very close.
I used this to make a template for the other side and used it in reverse.
At first I thought I could connect the two with one straight piece, but after putting it together I see that where it meets in the middle will be at an angle. So it will take two.
This was not easy because I had to do it all from the ladder. I need to build a support under the roof so I can climb on top and make a more accurate template.
Here it is from the side.
Here I put one of the window trim rings on. The steel is 14.5" wide and the trim ring is 10.5". Now I'm exhausted and going to take a break and let it stew around to see if I come up with any problems. Let me know what you all think.