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It is simple, but not easy.

The eave, the rake edges and the roof to wall intersection all require special details, that are not typically learned as you go, unless you have a lot of experience with sheet metal and tin snips and the right way to bend the metals, even if most are available from the manufacturer.

Will the panel wok out near exact to the width of the roof?

If not, what would be an acceptable look to you for the final rake edge appearance?

Special flashings will nore than likely have to be bent up and custom fabricated and installed.

With such a low slope, any mistake will wind up being a leak in a short time frame.

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One 12" wide panel would stick out like a sore thumb.

Can the manufacturer make opposing 6" wide panels, so that at least both sides look symetrical?

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