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Old 06-12-2012, 02:55 PM   #1
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Eaves trough for Windshield?

I'm real tired of washing my windshield on my 37' DP, only to have it all streaked up again by rainfall, dew, condensation runoff from the roof. Is there any kind of self adhesive water flow strip material available somewhere? I'd like to try installing some above my windshield.
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I do believe I saw a self adhesive channel that is made for that purpose but of coarse I don't remember where I saw it. Possibly you could do a search on the site and see what just might pop up. JMHO
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Thanks. I'll start searching. I'm not sure what to call it. Eaves trough sounds a bit cumbersome.
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There you go! Now that was easy. I think I'll put that link in my Favorites.
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I'm real tired of washing my windshield on my 37' DP, only to have it all streaked up again by rainfall, dew, condensation runoff from the roof. Is there any kind of self adhesive water flow strip material available somewhere? I'd like to try installing some above my windshield.
I just put it up myself, its wonderful. Keeps the windshield run free. It keeps the dribble streaks from morning cap condensation off the windshield too. I bought a 10' roll of it and it looks great right around the top of the windshield and I wish I'd done it a long time ago.!

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Our Camping World had it... 15-18' piece for $10-12 bucks. It was in the real parts dept. (the one the mechanics use).
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