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Old 11-29-2008, 05:26 PM   #15
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by John66:
And I imagine that if you drive in a serious rain, it could blow water into the coach </div></BLOCKQUOTE> That exact thing happened to our old MH. While driving/caught in a wind-driven AZ rainstorm water was blown up the rear cap and windward sidewall, into the weep holes, and then water ran down the inside walls. That was a few decades ago, in a 76 Dodge Allegro MH.
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We got a bunch from CC, they are however not the right ones for our older coach. The newer ones have left and right, and when they asked us which we wanted we were confused as ours are all the same. Dunno what to do now.
Hi. We have a 2008 Inspire. If you think these weep hole covers would work for our coach, we'd be happy to purchase them from you. It's difficult to get anything Country Coach-related these days. :-(
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We were in need of weep hole covers and were able to get them from Oregon Motorcoach Center in Junction City.
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If you have SE-GI windows, they are available from SE-GI at (951-737-8320) price was $2.00 ea in 4/08. P/N for white is 133-1
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We were in need of weep hole covers and were able to get them from Oregon Motorcoach Center in Junction City.
Oregon Motorcoach should be a great resource for a lot of items relating to Country Coach motorhomes since they are affiliated in a way....thanks for refreshing my memory about them. I will contact them.
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If you have SE-GI windows, they are available from SE-GI at (951-737-8320) price was $2.00 ea in 4/08. P/N for white is 133-1
Thanks for the reply...but I will not buy anything from Se-Gi. Their windows are awful (lots of past experience) and they recently totally screwed us by not warranting a 3 month old window. I don't know why these motorhome manufacturers continue to use their windows...there are many complaints from customers no matter what type of motorhome they have.

But...hey...appreciate your time in replying. Thanks again.
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