It might be possible except where the ridge cap meets the siding. It has to be loosened up to let the closure to be installed
One of the closure strips is designed to be placed on top of the metal roofing and under a transitional flashing (from and existing roof). The other closure strip is designed to go between the metal roofing material and the substructure to prevent water from blowing into the building through the space between the substructure/underlayment and the metal roofing. These closures will also discourage the entry of insects and other "critters" and will serve the keep out dust and hold in the heat. These closures have an attached adhesive strip to hold them in place. Once they are installed you will have to destroy them and scrape away the remnants, if you didn't place them correctly. I know this for a fact! Good luck. (I'm not sure about using the closure strips on the siding. I suppose that they should be placed at the bottom and top of each metal panel.)
The weight is 28.44 lbs.
If these panels are butting up against a wall at the highside you'll need a pitch break flashing to direct the water away from the wall ant onto the top of the roof panel. A foam outside closure is used to close the void between the panel and the bottom of that flashing.Your local Home Depot ProDesk can assist with project specific details.
No we do not.
When a roof panel overlaps another, you use sealant tape. Here's the link to the installation guide. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/71/71b536d5-7179-4b4b-82e2-bd8e755c9e00.pdf
Yes. Order the number you want. The will come in a box.
The inside closure goes under the roof panel, next to the building, etc. The outside goes on top of the panel to seal trim, etc. Here's the link to the installation guide. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/71/71b536d5-7179-4b4b-82e2-bd8e755c9e00.pdf
They are only glued on the bottom. The top is a compression fit to keep the water/etc out.
it would be advisable, the vent will still work through the ends