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Old 09-08-2016, 01:10 PM   #15
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I installed this a couple of years ago and it works great. Cut the black streaks by 90%. Not to bad of a job to install.
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What is the width of the part that hangs out from the side of the RV?
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Old 09-08-2016, 02:58 PM   #16
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We applied gutter extensions which had to be trimmed, glued with contact cement. When I get to destination attach laundry clips and no streaking.
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Old 09-08-2016, 03:57 PM   #17
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I'm the hillbilly that uses cloths pins to extend our current spouts and they work just fine until the wind speed exceeds the extension distance. We do use new ones each trip for looks. We do not hang our undergarments on them as they are too high. Your mileage will vary.
Could you show a picture of said application? Underwear optional.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I'll try the Camco adapters and, before that, clothes pins if I can figure it out.
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Old 09-08-2016, 04:07 PM   #19
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Can you provide a link to the retailer and what product. I am looking for a solution for my Hurricane.

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Freedom RV outside of Ashland VA. The gutters cost me $95.00 back in 2012. Probably another $50 for material (sealant, stainless steel hardware and such). But the cut edges together and seal with a bit of RVT in the seam.

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Old 09-15-2016, 02:03 AM   #20
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Rain Gutter Blues

OP here. I purchased the Camco black gutter extensions but can't see how to attach them. Other posters have said loosen the screws holding the gutter and slide them in behind it. I don't see any screws on my gutters. Does Winnebago use secret hidden screws?
Any ideas on attaching them and if you have them, photos would help.
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Hi, we have a 2015 Itasca, but I suspect this problem may be Class A wide. Because the rain gutters end w/out a way to redirect the water - it runs down the side of the coach leaving those lovely streaks we all love. I saw a fix at my local dealer - a pack of 4 plastic pieces that attach via double stick tape (?) and redirect the water at a right angle, but my question is - do they work.
Or, has the brilliance of motorhome owners come up with a better mouse trap? If there is already a thread on this please point me towards it as apparently my searching sucks.
Thanks for helping me go streakless.
While these options are all good "IF" you have a leavl driveway or pad where your coach lives between trips. If not, the morning due will drip over the railings from about mid-coach through toward the rear (or front is slanted differently.)
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OP here. I purchased the Camco black gutter extensions but can't see how to attach them. Other posters have said loosen the screws holding the gutter and slide them in behind it. I don't see any screws on my gutters. Does Winnebago use secret hidden screws?
Any ideas on attaching them and if you have them, photos would help.

Bought the same product, have the same problem😥
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They work to an extent on my FW, but don't expect any RV rain gutter to adequately control water runoff during heavy downpours.
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We are installing them to primarily route the A/C run-off away from the windows.
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I'm the hillbilly that uses cloths pins to extend our current spouts and they work just fine until the wind speed exceeds the extension distance. We do use new ones each trip for looks. We do not hang our undergarments on them as they are too high. Your mileage will vary.
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I'm the hillbilly that uses cloths pins to extend our current spouts and they work just fine until the wind speed exceeds the extension distance. We do use new ones each trip for looks. We do not hang our undergarments on them as they are too high. Your mileage will vary.

Ok, I'm confused and I'm sure the answer is obvious and I'm just not seeing it. How do you attach them and how do they work?
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We only put the clothes pins on the add on gutters when stored
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Mrs. . . , I'm with you, I'm just not getting it. my plan is to call Winnebago and see what, if anything, they offer as a suggestion.
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