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Old 10-04-2016, 05:44 PM   #1
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Gutter spout/deflectors for Winnie

I have seen some gutter spouts online (cheap looking) and have tried to locate any past information on gutter spouts specifically made for Winnebago gutters with no luck.

Anyone know where to get them and/or have used or installed them if so?

Thanks in advance.
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Don't know of any specifically made for Winnebago. Wish I did.
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I have seen some gutter spouts online (cheap looking) and have tried to locate any past information on gutter spouts specifically made for Winnebago gutters with no luck.

Anyone know where to get them and/or have used or installed them if so?

Thanks in advance.
I use Camco 42134 RV Gutter Spouts with extensions, and cut a notch out of them and mount them to the RV with double sided tape and clear Gorilla Tape. They have stayed put driving down the road and allow the water to not run down the side of the RV and this has greatly cut down having to clean up black streaks.

Every so often I re-tape them to maintain good appearance - as you can see from the photo I am due to do that again.

$ 7.85 a set on Amazon.com Generally sell at RV parts stores for about $ 12 a set.
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I got a set of generic ones at Camping World, not expensive, used an exacto knife to trim them to fit my coach & rain gutter. Then taped them in place and used silicone inside & out as the permanent fix. Just be warned you can't drive into any tree branches or you won't have them any more.
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Thanks everyone.

I've seen a few theads online that have mentioned finding gutter spouts for winnie's. Was hoping to find them.

May just fabricate my own out of metal and have them powdered.
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Thanks everyone.
I've seen a few theads online that have mentioned finding gutter spouts for winnie's. Was hoping to find them.

May just fabricate my own out of metal and have them powdered.
I don't know about ones made specifically for Winnies, but if you want black ones, you can find them on line. I bought mine molded from black plastic through Amazon. Just do a search for black gutter extensions and you'll find several sets of four for $10-15.
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Look what I found.

Its supposed to be for a Fleetwood though.
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Look what I found.

Its supposed to be for a Fleetwood though.
Nice, but...where did you find them? Link?
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Look what I found.

Its supposed to be for a Fleetwood though.
I have those, but they don't get the water out far enough to not dribble down the side of the moho. Tried the clothespin trick but they kept getting knocked off.

I bought some clear 3/4" tubing at HD, cut some slits, and used a small machine screw to attach it to those Fleetwood gutter spouts.
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Fleetwood part number

518961 Right
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They make extensions for these drip rails as well F4Gary
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Fleetwood part number

518961 Right
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They make extensions for these drip rails as well F4Gary
Where can I find them? Part number?
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Finally found time to test the spouts I bought.

As you can see. Although they fit, the angle isn't the same and doesn't line up with the gutter. After removing the plastic track "guide", it matches up pretty good.

Plan to paint and install soon. Will add some pics during the process.
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I originally told my wife I was thinking about painting these spouts black and she replied, "why not paint them the same color to match?", SO, today I found some time to pick up a Preval sprayer. Using the matching touch up paint bottle received as part of our purchase and adding the recommended thinner, sprayed and cleared them to match our coach. It didn't take much paint at all. Simply poured the unused paint back into the bottle.

They came out fairly good.

Will install this week sometime and take a few pics as well.
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