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Old 09-08-2014, 09:43 AM   #1
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Window gaskets

2003 Allegro Bus, at the bottom of the windows there is a small slot that allows to water to drain. This is covered by a small piece of rubber gasket.
A few have fallen off. Where can I get replacements and what is used to glue them on?

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Try a Tiffin Dealer as they fall off pretty easily so they must have them.
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In Red Bay the tech glued one back on using super glue for me. They had quite a few windows that had been pulled for replacement laying on the floor for disposal so I just helped myself to some extras off those junk windows. This was a couple of years ago but I know they have to still carry them in the Tiffin Parts store. I would give them a call. I believe they are called weep hole covers.
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