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Old 10-14-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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The picture is my rubber seal that goes between the bottom of my big slide and the MH when the slide is extended. I have tried a couple of the RV places here in SLC, UT, but no one has it. I'm hoping it wasn't only a National used seal. It measures 3/4 x 3/4 and has a peel&stick bottom. The only thing I have found on line is a sponge rubber type, it's not sponge type.
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I would think that a common similar sized round grommet available at ACE Hardware stores would conform in shape, and could be easily adapted...
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Old 10-14-2012, 02:35 PM   #4
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Guess I should have explained better. The pic is of the end of the seal. It is 14 feet long and runs the length of the slide.
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The picture is my rubber seal that goes between the bottom of my big slide and the MH when the slide is extended. I have tried a couple of the RV places here in SLC, UT, but no one has it. I'm hoping it wasn't only a National used seal. It measures 3/4 x 3/4 and has a peel&stick bottom. The only thing I have found on line is a sponge rubber type, it's not sponge type.
Is the seal damaged ? If not, you can clean it up with a good solvent (not Mineral spirits) and apply black weatherstripping cement made by 3-m to the seal. Clean and degrease the area on the motorhome where the peel and stick was previously and apply the same 3-m weatherstripping cement to the motorhome. Let all dry and carefully place and press the weatherstripping seal back on the motorhome. One chance here, it will stick instantly. Let us know what you think about that. Good luck
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Joe--I did a Google search for "RV slideout gasket" and got lots of hits. I did not sift through, but maybe some of these will have a solution. https://www.google.com/#hl=en&output...w=1066&bih=555
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sd-313-t 3/4"x3/4" taped seal..

http://www.uni-grip.com/2011_catalog.pdf
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All-Rite has slideout seals. too.
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sd-313-t 3/4"x3/4" taped seal..

http://www.uni-grip.com/2011_catalog.pdf
Thanks Jim and John, close, but no cigar. Got a reply from them saying their seal is sponge rubber, mine is not.
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Here are three that have an extensive inventory of seals.
www.pellandent.com
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