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Old 03-09-2012, 12:30 PM   #1
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Mil Spec Gutter Spout

Recently, I noticed that the spouts on both front gutter corners had been broken off. While I couldn't locate the peg-style spouts Fleetwood had put on as original equipment, every RV supplier has inexpensive generic plastic spouts that are easily fitted, glued with adhesive.

Well, a tree branch quickly made short work of my replacement.

It dawned that, I'd have to choose between routing water away from a leak-prone awning, and being able to weather an occasional swipe from a small branch.

Or, maybe not...

After a week of pondering, I got out a tubing bender, some metalworking tools, and a tubing bender.

I'll post pictures of the new spouts themselves, then mounted on the rig; later, I'll show the finished installation.
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Old 03-09-2012, 04:09 PM   #2
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What material is the tubing?
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