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Old 08-22-2014, 02:25 PM   #1
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New Style Shore Power Exit

A while back I saw a gasket / seal for sale that closed around the shore power cable where it exited thru a notch in the compartment opening, rather than the traditional opening in the bottom of the compartment.

I'm doing a remodel of my power bay this winter and would like to convert to this style exit which is I believe standard on some coaches.

Problem is I can't remember who the vendor was and I can't seem to find one using Google (I probably am using the wrong search terms - been there before!)

Any suggestions would be gratefully accepted.
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Old 08-22-2014, 03:45 PM   #2
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It is in several brands, but I believe all Newmar's use the notch vs. a port hole for service bay access (water and power).

The issue with adding a notch to an existing bin edge is that there is usually frame channel around the bin door opening. That frame would need to be notched too (welding required) usually.

If you do it...hope you post pics.

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