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Old 06-11-2019, 04:06 AM   #1
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Polycarbonate A/C shroud?

Does anyone make a polycarbonate air conditioner shroud for Dometic models? My second shroud in 8 years has died, but my polycarbonate vent lids are still in good shape after 7 years.
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Google ICON shrouds - very stout - I replaced both AC shrouds on my coach with the ICON brand.
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Take the next shroud and Clear Coat it with an automotive type clear coat. Rattle Can style works well. What you're after is a good UV protectant coating.
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Old 06-11-2019, 10:27 PM   #4
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Take the next shroud and Clear Coat it with an automotive type clear coat. Rattle Can style works well. What you're after is a good UV protectant coating.
Good idea! Cheap one easy, too. Thanks!
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