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Old 12-20-2015, 01:33 PM   #1
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Skyline Layton Room Seals

I recently bought a used Skyline Layton 40' park model trailer with three manual "pushouts". These pushouts are supposed to have "vinyl pushout room seals" according to the Skyline book. I would imagine these seals are long gone. Without these seals, the pushouts sit inside the trailer and the weather can easily get inside around the perimeter of the opening. Does anyone have experience with this? What should I do? I did just contact Skyline and am waiting to hear back but I thought I would also see what the collective wisdom is on this subject. Thanks.

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