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Old 10-12-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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Looking for a aluminum 1 3/8" wide trim or rub strip for my SE Limited coach - means side opening and hydraulic basement doors. Does anyone have any insights of firms that may have acquired such material during auction or may know who produced the trim strips for WRV?

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Fred... Aubreys RV in Yakima, WA bought up a lot of moldings, trim strips and backings at the WRV auction last fall. They replaced some of those strips and backing material for me when I had some body work done. They do have a website, but I recommend you contact them by phone. They are excellent folks to work with, and when you leave a message, they ALWAYS get back to you. Good Luck.
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