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Old 10-25-2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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Can anyone help find this??

I've posted a similar post and got a suggestion but it didn't work out. I've been to a dozens websites and on the phone to a half dozen more. I contacted several carpet/tile companies and no one seems to know anything about this. I've even called and emailed a couple of RV salvage companies with no luck. I'm at my wits end. This stuff is an extrusion so some tooling was required. I'm sure my RV is not the only one it went to.
Again, I am looking for the vinyl or plastic material used as a threshold for my 05 Safari Simba RV. If you know anything about this stuff, please let me know.
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:55 PM   #3
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:03 PM   #4
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Go to a store that sells flooring supplies , you will have more luck at a whole seller.
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:56 PM   #5
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Why not replace it with something you can locate? looks like you are replacing it all anyway and any stair nosing would work.
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Give Eric a call at Elite Rv and Remodel in Harrisburg, OR. All three guys worked for Monaco during the time your coach was made. I am pretty sure they may be able to help you. 541-255-6231. They were sure able to help me earlier this month on a slide leak. I got an estimate on the repair locally for $1500 and Elite was able to repair it for $325. Worth the trip up there.
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That looks a whole lot like fairly common corner moulding or stair tread moulding you can get at most any hardware or lumberyard... I'd recoomend Home Depot/Lowes/Mennards as your first stop.
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can anyone help find this

Call Monaco and ask them to send you the amout you need.
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If you are not doing a restoration to original just get a product from any RV manufacture that is reasonably priced. If it fits it works. The Winnebago catalog has many moldings. Maybe you can find something satisfactory there?
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A search at the Lowes web site produced 320 hits for Flexco stair nose moulding.

I did not search for an exact match for your moulding.
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That's common stuff where tile meets a stair step. The plain side goes on the vertical of the step, and the side with the channel goes on the flat to accommodate the flooring edge. But its called "stair nosing", not "threshold". That may account for some of your online search difficulties. Any flooring outlet will have something that works for you.
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While you might not find an exact match, many flooring suppliers/installers will stock rubber or vinyl extruded stair nosing. You might have to go with a type that completely overlaps corner without the groove for tile or carpet, but it will provide a non-slip cover for the step and corner. You could also take it to an installer and give them the problem. Many Google searches show stair nose is available only in quantities of 10 or more 10' legths, so it might pay to let someone else do it.
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I've posted a similar post and got a suggestion but it didn't work out. I've been to a dozens websites and on the phone to a half dozen more. I contacted several carpet/tile companies and no one seems to know anything about this. I've even called and emailed a couple of RV salvage companies with no luck. I'm at my wits end. This stuff is an extrusion so some tooling was required. I'm sure my RV is not the only one it went to.
Again, I am looking for the vinyl or plastic material used as a threshold for my 05 Safari Simba RV. If you know anything about this stuff, please let me know.

if you cant find it call here there hard to get what you want over the phone but they well have it as i have been to there address and they have alot of only made parts for RVs

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