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Old 07-31-2008, 03:30 AM   #1
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I'm sure this is an old topic, but I need some help. Have 2008 Challenger with standard paint. Tried cleaning roof to stop streaks to no avail. Am considering gutters, but wonder which ones (if any) I should consider. I have used Nu-finish polish on side walls, and streaks are easy to wipe off, but I guess I'd rather try to prevent them.

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I'm sure this is an old topic, but I need some help. Have 2008 Challenger with standard paint. Tried cleaning roof to stop streaks to no avail. Am considering gutters, but wonder which ones (if any) I should consider. I have used Nu-finish polish on side walls, and streaks are easy to wipe off, but I guess I'd rather try to prevent them.

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Old 07-31-2008, 07:20 AM   #3
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I have a Daybreak 3270 and I had a problem with the streaks so I bought a 50' roll of stick on guttering made by 3M. I bought it at camping world and at the time was on sale. I installed it along the roof line and over the front winshield and it works great. No more streaks to clean off. No more streaks down the windows to scrub off. I do wash the roof twice a year due to the neighbors elm trees. Its sold in 10' and 50' lengths in white.
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Old 07-31-2008, 04:23 PM   #4
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Snowfitter , can you please post pic's of the gutters installed.
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I will take some pictures this weekend but may need some help posting them. I never have done it before.
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I've looked at them online....you can see them at www.rvgutters.com. There is another brand that is held on with screws and supposedly have larger capacity, but don't appear to be as flexible....you can see them at www.super-flo.net.
I was hoping there might be other alternatives that I haven't found.
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:43 AM   #7
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Chuck,
Those EZE gutters are expensive! $100 for 50feet from camping World, so I would need 2 rolls. I think I'll buy streak remover for 6 bucks a bottle for now.
This is just a little rubber C channel so I can't see it being $2.00 a foot.
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