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Old 11-27-2013, 05:33 PM   #1
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3M Rain Gutter

Does anyone have a source for the Trim Lok 3M rain gutter. I really don't need 250 feet so would like to purchase about 20.

As an alternative if enough IRV2 folks would be interested I would be willing to purchase the 250 foot roll if some other would be interested in buying portions at cost for their use.
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Old 11-27-2013, 05:48 PM   #2
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I needed some driprail a few months ago, and found this to work just fine. I bought it, used it and so far so good!! (It has 3M tape).
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:16 PM   #3
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Awesome, and thanks,. Looks like it will work, want to put some above my windshield to avoid internal leaks. Quick responses like yours are why I love this forum.
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Old 11-27-2013, 11:20 PM   #4
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Catcoach.....I just bought 10' from Monaco parts. They use a newer thinner type that was almost $8.00 a foot. I told them I need the old style (what you have) and they sold it to me for $1.08 a foot. Monaco use it on all of their coaches above the windshield for years.
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Old 11-27-2013, 11:35 PM   #5
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CW has it.
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Old 11-28-2013, 07:55 AM   #6
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My 82 PA has none. I have heard that it helps control blk. streaks.?
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My 82 PA has none. I have heard that it helps control blk. streaks.?
Does it?
A few years ago, I had a MH with a fiberglass roof. The best thing I found to control the black streaking was to wash the roof using a Mr. Clean scrubbing pad and a good car wash soap. Let it dry then give the roof a good coat of Mop & Glow. I did this and the roof looked much better and the streaking was gone. Be careful while on the roof, it gets slippery!!

Some folks even "swear" they get better fuel mileage, as it now "slips through the air"???
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Pretty sure I go mine from RV Gutter.com. Three colors and several lengths available. I bought 100ft and ran it along both sides which helped with water streaks a lot. Also ran a section crossways on the roof just in front of the rear clearance lights.
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A few years ago, I had a MH with a fiberglass roof. The best thing I found to control the black streaking was to wash the roof using a Mr. Clean scrubbing pad and a good car wash soap. Let it dry then give the roof a good coat of Mop & Glow. I did this and the roof looked much better and the streaking was gone. Be careful while on the roof, it gets slippery!!

Some folks even "swear" they get better fuel mileage, as it now "slips through the air"???
I believe it would help also. I have a aluminum roof though but I still wash it.
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Catcoach: Post a picture after rain gutter install so I can see how/where you put it! Thanks! \ken
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Don't know if it's the same but I used this:

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Catcoach: Post a picture after rain gutter install so I can see how/where you put it! Thanks! \ken
I'd also like to see some pics of installations.
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Something else to buy. Does it ever stop?

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EZE RV Gutter @ www.rvgutters.com and Camping World sells it.
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