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Old 01-03-2018, 08:55 AM   #1
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Weekend Warrior, Ramp Door Trim

I usually work on motor homes, but now this repair job on a Weekend Warrior Toy Hauler has come in -- The ramp door had a water leak, & the interior rotted -- Had to rebuild the ramp -- The questions are, -- What non skid paint was used & where can I get it -- Where can I get the exterior, plastic radius corner trim -- I`ve searched the web, & can find one site that listed it, but it must be out of business -- Bill Willard

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Try calling VIP RV Repair in Menifee CA


The owner used to be production manager for the old Weekend Warrior.

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Joe11 -- Thanks so much for the contact info -- I haven`t called them yet, been busy on other repairs on this unit -- This is the 4th WW toy hauler I`ve worked on, most the same vintage -- Didn`t need any specialty parts till this one came in -- All the others were interior upgrades -- All wanted the carpet in the bath replaced with vinyl -- WW went the easy way when the unit was made -- Thanks again -- Bill Willard
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