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Old 06-13-2014, 03:47 PM   #1
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Plastic edge trim for shelves and night stands

I just purchased a 1993 Bounder diesel pusher. While we were looking for the right motorhome to buy I noticed in several early to mid 1990's Fleetwood Bounders that there is a plastic "T" trim around the edges of the shelves and night stands, that becomes brittle and breaks up. I have found several different sources for this kind of trim but none of them are the correct dimensions. Do you have any suggestions where this might be available? Someone has to have replaced this before.
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Have you tried Rockler.com or other wood working suppliers? I found some I needed for a project at rocklers.
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Replace the tops with corian or similar product.
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Old 06-20-2014, 04:54 PM   #4
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Get oversized moulding and trim it to fit after installing it. That's what the cabinet makers do. They use an electric trimmer like an edge router.
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