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Old 08-09-2011, 01:47 PM   #1
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Need help with plastic retention moulding for interior door mirrors

I have a 2008 Fleetwood Bounder, 35H floor plan. The closet doors have a mirror on the exterior, and a sheet of luan on the interior. The luan is held in place with a serrated edged plastic molding.
I tried finding this locally, to no avail. Anybody have any idea where I could find this item?
Anybody think I would be better off using a different product?
Your help is deeply appreciated.
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I am not sure what type of material you are talking, but by chance would it be the same stuff they use to hold sun screen/ regular screen or windows in the metal frames they carry at Lowe's or Home Depot they have different sizes and lengths?

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I am not sure what type of material you are talking, but by chance would it be the same stuff they use to hold sun screen/ regular screen or windows in the metal frames they carry at Lowe's or Home Depot they have different sizes and lengths?

Good luck.
Thanks,
I actually have an old windshield wiper as a replacement at this time. I will try and post a picture for descriptive purposes of the original moulding.
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