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Old 10-05-2010, 07:09 PM   #1
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sky light replacement

hey guys, i have a 1999 coachmen sportcoach and the sky light over the shower is checking from age sun, called coachmen and of course out of stock not available has anyone ran in this and if so what did you replace it with this is a neo angle design
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Old 10-06-2010, 03:43 AM   #2
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What size of sky lite do you need? I have one in the garage that might fit. Otherwise I can ask our parts guy where you could find one. Let me know.
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A quick Google search turned up this place.
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I have no idea if they are good-bad or otherwise but I'm sure there are others.
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Mike thanks for getting back, it is a neo angle the measurements that i can get without the flange is 20"x20" then 10" angle then 20" then 10" so two sides perpendicular to each other then two 10" legs on the other two sides and 20" between the the two 10" sides hope this explains what i have,again these numbers are not including the flange as i have not pulled it and don't know the flange width witch i assume is standard any help is appreciated thanks, Hank
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A quick Google search turned up this place.
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I have no idea if they are good-bad or otherwise but I'm sure there are others.
This is the same company I used a while ago. I think they were only shipping from Canada at the time. I got the white lexan. It says not to drill only sealant. If your roof is curved that might make a differance. Just to be sure I eternabonded all around for a good seal. Using their guidelines my measurements were spot on.

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Nick b thanks for the site i think they may have what i need. The dealer has been trying to locate one for 3 months and with the help of this site and people like yourself i was able to find, i believe a supplyer in in a matter of a few days thanks again to all, Hank
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Thanks rocky, spoke to them breifly and it seems they should have one they said that the lexon could be drilled also if anyone is interested thank
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It sounds like you have found a source, so I won't go measure the one I have. If you need me to do so, just let me know.
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Thanks wizard i'll let you know if they can get it for me thanks again great forum
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I was just went through a similar situation with my bathroom skylight. I wanted to replace it because it was yellowing and had a couple of cracks at the base. I searched quite a bit on the net and found the dimensions I needed, but not the height. The height is critical because I am tall and my head uses most of the 5" rise in the skylight dome.
Rather than risk a lower ceiling height in the shower I opted to repair it and remove the yellowing from the dome. I used Comet with bleach on the exterior and could not believe how much whiter it got. Then I used eternabond on the cracks at the base and for good measure resealed around the dome with Dicor sealant.
Worked great for me and a lot less money.
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