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Old 03-12-2014, 07:29 AM   #1
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I am looking for some trim for my ceiling, the lumber stores I've looked at doesn't sell the thinner trim I am looking for. Anyone know where I could order from with out breaking the bank?


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Wood or aluminum and which lumber stores did you visit?
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Trim for ceiling

Do an internet search for RV ceiling trim. Call an RV store/dealer in your area and see if they stock it or could order it in for you. Try PPL Rv in Houston Texas. They carry a huge inventory of parts. I ordered from them and got my part fast.
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Check with your local cabinet shop. They have access to a wider variety of trim items and can sometimes fabricate what you may need.
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Any sources for exterior trim?

We have a 2000 Winne 32'. On the outside of our side door is a short piece of trim that continues the main trim. It is secured with two screws each going through an opening in the trim and covered with a cap. I noticed one cap missing and upon closer inspection the screw mount has broken from the trim; the screw is still secure to the door but only holds the broken piece around it. Where can one get a replacement piece, or at least a replacement cap if I just glue the piece in place? Thanks.

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