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  1. 👋 I need to find a porch light lens cover for my 1985 Toyota new horizon. The porch light is non working, I just want it to look better, as I am giving the whole thing a new lease on life! Can anyone help me to figure out what I need to buy. It’s only about 3” with a handle underneath. Thankyfor any assistance so I don’t have to buy a bunch that won’t work!
  2. Dumb newbie question, I've developed a leak in the east coast storms and hurricane weather. I'm in the process of finding someone to help me get it fixed up, but in the meantime I'm trying to avoid making it worse. I've searched the forums and found a lot of camper covers, but I was hoping to find something more akin to a "cap" that would cover the top of my toyhome, but not much more than that. So we're talking the entire top, but only down so far as my overcab hangs, that way I could still drive with it on. Does such a thing exist? Should I just buy a regular cover and cut it up? Or should I just fashion one from a tarp? Anyone that's been through something with this.
  3. Looking for a good-fitting replacement cover for the right-hand portion of our double stainless sink. I've still got the original (laminate-over-chipboard) cover, but it's pretty nasty and badly needs an upgrade. I see a lot of different sizes online but wasn't sure if there are clear "standards" for RV sink dimensions. Appreciate any suggestions for a replacement. (Original cover outer dimensions: 14 1/4" x 11 3/8" || Inner dimensions: 13 1/4" x 10 3/8")
  4. Hi Folks, We're about 3,500 miles into our summer road-trip at the moment. 2 days ago we noticed that our refrigerator roof vent cover was missing, I got on the roof to have a look and it looks like the base is damaged too (see photos). Really not sure how this happened - we didn't hit anything that we can think of.. Anyway, I'm wondering how to go about fixing this? As mentioned, we are on the road so if a 100% fix is going to be a lot of effort is there something short term I could do? Could it be worth just taking it to a servicing shop? For reference, the vehicle is a 1991 Winnebago Warrior, the fridge is Norcold brand. and we are in Vegas currently (in case anyone can recommend a service tech). Thanks in advance! Nick
  5. Can anyone recommend a good winter rv cover for the Toyota Dolphin? I live in Montana.
  6. Many years back when I lived in the fine city of Liberty, MO I had a convertible that I had to park outside, the dang thing leaked like a mof@. Anyway, I bought a budget car cover for it from wallys or target, after 2 summers, the cover just disintegrated. The material was bit like Tyvek building wrap. I want to cover my winni as I have a few leaks to address in spring. I am on a tight budget so I thought I would make one out of Tyvek I found a similar product at Menards for $80 for 100 ft long and 10 ft wide. I cut a 20 ft length and gorilla glued some garden chair polyester bands (see yellow things attached to Tyvek). total cost for 1 cover = $20 Here is my rational, pls critic it: Pros: 1. This stuff will breathe and work better than blue tarp 2. Lighter than blue trap 3. white and should reflect light (probably can be seen from outer space) 4. cheap Cons: 1. Material will NOT last with UV exposure 2. will tear from abrasion easily I have not covered the camper with it yet as I still have to take off an antenna (CB) first.
  7. Here is the ADCO 32812 Designer Series Tan/White Tyvek Class-C RV Cover on an 86 Toyota Dolphin. <iframe src="https://www.flickr.com/photos/20962733@N06/15463670028/in/photostream/player/" width="75" height="75" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen></iframe> This is made for a 20 to 23 foot Class C and as you can see it is plenty big enough. There is a lot of it on the ground, that's going to get dirty. But at least I don't have to worry about tire covers. They recommend walking on the roof and pulling it up. I didn't want to do that, so I used a ladder. It's not all that heavy about 25 pounds. I tried to arrange it so it would fall down evenly, and it did; upside down. The wind is not your friend with this job. I'm sure I'll get better at it with practice. I really don't know if a cover is going to do any good. but it will make me feel better when the weather is really nasty. I did something for my baby and that's about the best I can do.
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