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Old 04-16-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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deflector stip by front door

I have a 1999 36 fds alpine coach. In front of the door is an air deflector strip. I need to get a new one since some branches brushed against the strip and broke it. Does anyone know where this can be purchased?

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I recently had that strip replaced on my coach as branches had put several breaks in it. I-5 Uhlmann's RV did the work. Jim Jursella is the service manager and can tell you the name of the company that made them for WRV. The number for Uhlmann's is: 800-245-5378. Also, if you are a member of the Alpine Coach Assn (ACA) you may find the company name on the ACA website tech section. Hope this helps.
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And please post the answer here.

It will save me having to find it my (lazy) self. (One crack and counting.)

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Thanks for the quick response.

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We have a 2" break. Unfortunately FWIU it requires removal of the door and painting. I'm betting it comes from PTL.

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Tom and Patty,

It was PTL. Thanks for the prompt.
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If you have difficulty in finding one, I have one in my garage at home that WRV gave me years ago. It is straight for a mid door. Is there a break in the one for the front door? I also have a roll of hypolon (sp?) tape from PTL, (it's the vinyl tape that covers the door hinges on the newer coaches).

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It's funny how those branches just jump out at us, isn't it!!??
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