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Old 01-29-2015, 10:43 AM   #1
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Mousehole Cover

95 Dolphin I have these mousehole covers in some of the storage basements and some are broken. Where does one find new ones?? I've searched..found a pic of a new one but thats it. Thanks in advance
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Have'nt looked, but I assume rvupgrades.com sell them, plus, their a supporter of this forum !
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I took a piece of belting material 4"x6" cut a hole the size of the 50amp cord then cut a slice to the hole then when I have my cord out I slip it around the cord and flat to the coach, works great 100% sealed.
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