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Old 04-18-2012, 01:49 AM   #15
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I installed a windshield outside sun cover with snaps and I installed the rubber drip molding above and slightly down and beside the windshield. Install the windshield cover first and then install the rubber drip molding above it.

The picture on the Camping World add shows that you can run into a conflict with the molded shape in the fiberglass if you are using a outside windshield cover below the rubber drip molding.

You may want to use the white rubber molding and place it at the top edge of your grey paint. Clean the area very good with isopropyl alcohol. The tricky part is to keep the installation in a straight line. You don't get a second chance when it touches.

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Old 04-18-2012, 08:05 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by 336muffin View Post
Can't get a pic, it is in the shed and I'm recooping from Hernia surgery and on some pretty good pain pills(thank goodness for spellchecker). Ok let me try this again, where the fiberglass roof cap is attached to the sidewalls there is a seam. Awning, sidewalls, slideouts, and slideout toppers are all under this seam. I ran a continuous RV Gutter 1/8 of a inch above this seam. On a American Coach, the fiberglass roof is one piece from the top of the windshield all the way back and down to the tail lights. The reason I did this above the seam,it keeps the seam dry and there are no cuts in the gutter for streaks, I have a streak at the front at the corner of the windshield down to the front bumper and another at the rear of the coach. These can be adressed from the ground after a rain or a morning dew. I chose the off white(cream) and it matches my colors very well. Look at the sideview of a AC on a dealers website and maybe this will help.
Thank you. Now I got it!

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Old 04-18-2012, 08:38 AM   #17
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did/do you also add the downspouts, or just run the gutter. does the 100' railing kit come with the downspouts? also, can you get the downspouts in black?
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:11 AM   #18
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Did not use the downspouts, I did not receive any. You do get a free cutting tool. I have used this on several coach's in the past and always have had good luck with the product. Before I made the decision to run this much gutter, I actually studied and even stood out in the rain and watched what was happening with the water. I am pleased with the results. Your application could be different for many reasons. Good luck.

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