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Old 04-19-2016, 07:05 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can find this window seal?

This is a forest river wildwood 1998 24fb and the window seal is damaged . Where can I get one ?


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I'd try this outfit. I have not dealt with them myself but It looks like they've got everything I'd ever need.

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You can also find the largest RV parts store in the area and take a sample in to them--they should have a supply of them to pick from--if they are a large repair shop.
If you can't find one and need to seal it, just clean the area good and use a waterproof silicone to fill the space until you can get the gasket.
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