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  1. Hello! I went back and updated my contact info from the original post - if you would like to order a set of weep hole covers directly please email me at hannahmydeer@gmail.com (deer like the animal!). stay safe and happy travels! Hannah
  2. Hi Linda! Thanks so much, our Toyota camper family has helped us out so much and we're happy to offer it as long as we possibly can. If we ever need to stop producing I will definitely post an update here & elsewhere. Best, Hannah
  3. Howdy yotafriends ~ I wanted to give ya a shout since we posted this up on TMC on Facebook. We are 3D printing the long lost weep hole covers at our design studio! We're passionate about keeping it open source so if you have a 3D printer or a friend with one I'm including a link to the .stl file for free download here ~ https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4756312 We're producing them in sets of 4 with a price break if you buy 12 or 16. Our Sunrader has 16 total. Details in the flyer in the first image. I'll post the eBay link we launched, but we are happy to take orders here on the forum or by email (it saves us some of their hosting fees). https://www.ebay.com/itm/274680632150 You can reach me by email at hannahmydeer@gmail.com (deer like the animal!) Shipping is $5 from Hood River, OR. These will fit 1977-1992 various Toyota campers - Sunrader, Dolphin, Odyssey etc. READ!! *These do NOT fit Toyota Winnebago Warriors or Itascas. See photos - they have a different style Hehr windows with a slim weep hole that doesn't require a cover. These WILL fit any Toyota campers and other vintage RV's of this era that used Kinro windows. The clearance of the weep hole is about 18.66 (about .75") if you think these might fit your rig. These covers help keep bugs out while still allowing drainage for the windows. I've also been told it stops your windows from "whistling" ***These are 3D printed out of *PLA* - we do not run ABS for toxicity reasons - but I have no reservations about these being hidden under the window lip away from exposure. They are clear coated to protect from UV damage. THAT SAID - they still should not be exposed to temps over 122'F long term. If you spend lots of time in Death Valley extreme temps these may not be for you. *** We'll also have this up on our Instagram @milesthesunrader if you have folks you'd like to share with on there. If you're on the road - we can always ship General Delivery to your nearest post office. stay safe & happy travels! Hannah
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