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Old 10-12-2015, 09:21 PM   #1
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window molding shrinking

where can I purchase exterior window molding? It has shrunk and leaving gaps.
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I'd check at a glass shop, they can match it up and perhaps order it for you.
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I got a couple of used pieces at our local RV bone yard. Then put the "splices" right over the weep holes in the lower channels of the affected windows so leaks could drain immediately. Easy Peasy and cheap.
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Old 10-13-2015, 09:14 AM   #4
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My Winnebago uses Atwood windows. If we are talking about the same molding (it fills the channel around the window & when old can be easily pulled out), I purchased mine from Winnebago Outdoors. It is sold by the foot, $3.10/foot. P/N 132-030308.

Atwood 132-030308 Plug Filler for Window : Window Glazing and Tinting
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