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Old 09-16-2017, 06:21 AM   #1
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Gutter Extension

We have a 2017 Vista LX 35f floor plan. We recently bought gutter extensions to eliminate the constant dripping from condensation and rainwater down the corners of the RV. Unfortunately, the directions that came with it said to lift the stripping in the gutter to expose a screw to screw the extensions on. Those directions do not work on our coach as there is no screw and nothing to lift? Has anybody else experienced this issue? Has anybody else resolved it and found a way to add gutter extensions. Any help as always would be greatly appreciated.
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I have seen several RV's in parks that are using a wooden clothes pin attached to the original down spout. It seemed to work for them.
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I made this mistake when I purchased extensions. I purchased 'one peice spouts with extensions' made by Camco. These you do attach with screws by they are the wrong ones. What you need are just the extensions which will snap on the short gutters that are there. I purchased them off Amazon. Camco #42110
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Sd2exploring, here is some good gutter reading.
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Purchased Camco gutter extensions, could not be installed w/o drilling a hole which I won't do. Sit on a shelf in the basement, at home. Found a spring loaded clothes pin works just fine as the runoff water clings to it. Best to remove, or will need to replace after you travel.
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Sd2exploring, here is some good gutter reading.
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I put the ones from fleetwood (REV group, old part #'s 518961, 518962) on my Minnie Winnie. I painted them first, did a bit of trim-to-fit, then installed using 3M 4200. Worked out really well.
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