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Old 05-11-2016, 06:37 PM   #15
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If the water is draining down over the side and down on the windows try here.. Essential Products RV & Marine - EZE RV Gutters these gutters stick on right at the top of the window, when applied following prep instructions they really stay on. and they work great. Not cheap, but I went several years putting up with what I think you are describing and these gutters permanently solved the problem. I especially hated the streaks down the windshield....now they have gone and never came back.

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Old 05-24-2016, 08:07 PM   #16
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Are you referring to the window by the driver or copilot seat. Mine has the gutter extensions and the water typically misses the whole side of the coach. Any chance of a photo?

OK, I hate to admit it but that guy up there, me, lied. I watched as the rain ran down both front side windows on my trip to VA this past weekend just as the OP said. The only thing that might have helped would have been to run the front of the coach up on the jacks to make the water run out the back.

I will have to rain-ex the windows and add wax to that area of the coach.

No leaks though and this would have been the weekend to test that out.

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