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Old 07-13-2012, 02:22 PM   #1
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Cargo'Basement Weatherstripping

Has anyone found a source for the cargo/basement weatherstripping? It is: 1 1/2 inches wide, 3/8 inch high (thick), and ribbed (7 "bumps").

Previous posts on this subject were not productive.

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Old 07-13-2012, 04:17 PM   #2
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I did search and found this

weatherstripping - Google Search

Gasketing - Gasketing*-* Access Hardware
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Old 07-13-2012, 09:36 PM   #3
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Thank you Nightriderrv, but I've spent hours down that route (and yours) with no success. Somewhere out there is that special person with the correct answer!

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Old 07-14-2012, 08:11 AM   #4
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If you could post a picture if the seal that might help too
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If you look down this list of stuff that Aubrey's RV purchased from WRV when they went out of business, I think you may find some of the weather stripping. Here's the link from the Alpine Coach Association website: http://alpinecoachassociation.com/info/Aubreys.pdf
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Old 07-14-2012, 10:48 AM   #6
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I spoke with Carolyn at Aubreys, and she sold the last roll a couple of years ago. She had no idea who the manufacturer was. Checked also with a couple of northwest RV places who picked up some WRV inventory - no luck.
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How many feet do you need?
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WRV's guys referred to it as the Bart Simpson profile, cuz it resembles Bart's hair.
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Fifteen (15) feet would do it. Twentyfour (24) is better.
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I am not home, but will be this weekend. I believe I have some stashed somewhere. I will take a look.
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If a vendor is found, I'd be interested in 100 feet or more.
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Tom:

If you do have some, would you please see if there is any manufacturer identification available?

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When I got some from WRV they told me it was $15 a foot. They gave me 10 feet but it does not have any PN# on it.
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Post a picture of what you are looking for. About 18 months ago, it appeared that the weatherstripping on one of my slides was coming off, it's ribbed stuff as well. I went to the local RV store in Vegas near where I was staying, and bought 100 feet of the stuff. It's got 5 hills/4 valleys and is 9/16" wide. It was purchased from stag Parkway, a major RV parts supplier.

Try this link, they sell lots of different type of rubber seals stuff: Trim Lok - #1 Source for Plastic and Rubber Trims and Seals
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