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neubie   
5 minutes ago, linda s said:

Might have been this place.

http://www.pellandent.com/RV_Products_List.aspx?CategoryID=303

Right up in Arnold Ca so not far for shipping. This place has it too and it's in Holister

http://www.all-rite.com/window-parts

Linda S

These models are too close to each other:

http://www.pellandent.com/Motorhome_Product_Details.aspx?ProductID=4087&Return=303

http://www.pellandent.com/Motorhome_Product_Details.aspx?ProductID=4085&Return=303

http://www.pellandent.com/Motorhome_Product_Details.aspx?ProductID=4086&Return=303

and a couple more. Will any 1/8th work or does anyone remember a model number from these.

All-rite has the same price, then doubles it via shipping.

 

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linda s   

I have no idea what size yours takes and it's really important that the  size is correct. You could try calling Leales or Almaden RV and see if they will let you compare. They are right off Monterey Rd very close together. Or order the sample kit from Pellandent.

Linda S

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neubie   
26 minutes ago, linda s said:

I have no idea what size yours takes and it's really important that the  size is correct. You could try calling Leales or Almaden RV and see if they will let you compare. They are right off Monterey Rd very close together. Or order the sample kit from Pellandent.

Linda S

Thanks Linda. I think I know the Monterey Rd locations as the shelter is a frequent stop these days. Will go and see if they will let me compare sizes the next time I have to visit the shelter.

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neubie   

Ordered samples. Easier than going.

Found a 3inch drop and twist flange. cut off the old crap. Thankfully ABS is basically something you can cut with anything if hacksaw isnt in your toolkit.

Bought all kinds of 2 inch and 1 1/2 inch ABS for vent+sink. Realised sink was 1 1/8 and 1 1/4.

Buy some craft wood and butcher block oil. return half the crap that doesnt fit. Thats how the day goes.

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neubie   

Samples of glazing bead arrived. They all look the same to me. Tried comparing with the existing bead, still no help. Samples have codes on them, but no details. Need to check what fits in the window instead.

Took out all vents except for the 14inches. Scraped the roof some more. It wants more scraping. All vents, fans are here, but I am still patching holes. More holes, more patching. Another day. Repeat.

Cut a piece of craft wood to replace the counter with hand tools (ill advised) -- the saw wasnt working at the box store. I didnt too much sawing other than thin plywood.

Finally got the bumper cleaned up to be painted, two rattle cans later it wants to be black, not white.

Most parts, toilet, sink, faucets, wood, seats, cushions are all here. Just waiting on the roof to be patched and then built up from inside. Way too many holes.

Very very slow. I was hoping for a lick of primer inside before taking more pictures.  It might be a while.

Meanwhile one holding strap each on gray and black tanks wants replacement. Old straps are rusted and twisted. They are mounted to the frame with these long bolts and a single nut with almost impossible to reach location, extensions or not. And they are rusted together, no amount of wd40 moves them. How do you get these nuts off when the bolts are free rotating, you cant use two tools and its practically impossible to get there anyway.

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