Yes yes... I too am curious about this wooden Roof rack. I have pondered it in my head, and my idea is simillar to yours, Pablo, with the Pre- curved strut pieces and then slats running the length. For wood, I was thinking Cedar coz PT looks ugly, with cedar you can Rock it unfinished and it still looks cool. Well I'd call it an organic Look... others would call it too lazy to paint.
So... you used angle brackets to secure it to the rib's of the Roof, right?
Then Metal Screws... right?
now... you must have screwed through only the first layer of skin... right??
So it would definatly hold... pretty solid up there I think... My question is, Leakage.
Lotta holes up there... could be water rolling between the inner and outer skin of your bus, then again... maybe not. I know when I drill holes on the inside, I plug the hole with silicone.. then put silicone on the threads of the screw and on the back of the piece that will come in contact with the wall (if possible) Coz I hate leaks man, and im sure you do too. So is that what you did on your setup.. or possibly covered the screw heads with silicone. Any help anyone could give me on this would be cool, as I am a bit reluctant to start drilling holes in my roof for the moment, But would still love a Roof Rack...
Roof Rackless in Vancouver-