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Old 11-16-2013, 05:53 PM   #1
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MH gutters.

I have no type of gutters on my mh 82 Pace Arrow. I have seen a few advertized on a few web sites (I think here also) has anyone tried them? The ones I have seen will work on our MH.They say that will help prevent Black streaks. I just removed them again yesterday not many but they look nasty.



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A cheaper substitute than the pre-made ones can be aluminum J channel you can find in any home store (Lowes, Home Depot, etc.). You'll have to cut the long leg a bit, but that can be done with a straight edge and a box cutter, followed by a coat of black spray paint. This solution is a LOT larger and than the mini guttering they sell for RV's but I'm going to try that solution on my Bus to catch water that comes under our 2 big Paramount awnings. Carefree recommends one square inch cross section one inch deep, and that's quite a bit bigger than the factory gutter on the Bus.
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:25 AM   #3
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A cheaper substitute than the pre-made ones can be aluminum J channel you can find in any home store (Lowes, Home Depot, etc.). You'll have to cut the long leg a bit, but that can be done with a straight edge and a box cutter, followed by a coat of black spray paint. This solution is a LOT larger and than the mini guttering they sell for RV's but I'm going to try that solution on my Bus to catch water that comes under our 2 big Paramount awnings. Carefree recommends one square inch cross section one inch deep, and that's quite a bit bigger than the factory gutter on the Bus.
Thanks I'll have to take a look at it.Thanks
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