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Old 09-13-2018, 12:51 PM   #1
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Gutters on Gulf Stream

Has anyone added gutters to their rig? Just bought a 2006 Sun Voyager that is mostly black. Tired of the streaks running down the side of the rig. Hopeful that some gutters may help a little...
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Old 09-23-2018, 06:45 AM   #2
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I have them on my gulf Stream Caribbean made very little difference in streaking if it's a hard rain they are good but for ac condensate it still dust trickles on the paint surface
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Gutter extenders

I use clothes pins on on my Fleetwood Storm gutter. Suggestion from this forum. Works like a champ. They stay on when I travel and I just toss them and replace when they get rotted. Been doing it for several years.
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Old 02-02-2019, 10:43 PM   #4
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I use clothes pins on on my Fleetwood Storm gutter. Suggestion from this forum. Works like a champ. They stay on when I travel and I just toss them and replace when they get rotted. Been doing it for several years.

Can you provide more info on this and maybe a picture or two?


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Old 02-03-2019, 07:03 AM   #5
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Clothes pin gutter

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When I started my quest to add gutters to my rig the hardest part was finding a merchant who was willing to cut them in half (16' normal length) prior to shipping otherwise I was looking at a freight charges rather than UPS residential delivery due to the overall length. Cost to ship would have been more than the material.

Once I found the gutter rail type I needed I spent a Saturday removing old railing used to hold the roof EPDM down, removing the slide toppers (hardest part) and cleaning out all the old sealant. Sunday was resealing everything (under the EPDM, under the gutters and a glob on all the screw threads), reinstalling the toppers, butt sealing where two gutter ends met and adding downspouts. I think I spent $100 all up to include sealant and SS hardware inplace of carbon steel. Made a big difference with keeping the coach looking clean.
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So the water drips from the end of the clothes pin?

I will download the pic and zoom to see better.

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