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Old 06-28-2022, 07:16 PM   #1
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What do you call these?

On all 4 corners of my Phaeton are these drip things(?). See pics. The one a over the entry door is broken and water runs down the side of the bus. I don't know what they are called so that I can find them on the Tiffin parts site.

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Old 06-28-2022, 07:47 PM   #2
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Rain Gutter spouts

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Old 06-28-2022, 08:33 PM   #3
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Perfect thanks.
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Old 06-29-2022, 09:58 AM   #4
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You’re better off getting them elsewhere unless you’re right at RB. Between the cost and shipping they’ll be much more than you can get them for online.
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Here's a set on Amazon for under $11. Shipping alone from Tiffin will cost more than that.
https://www.amazon.com/Camco-42452-B.../dp/B00T36E79M
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RV'ers pool noodle use #47

Sometimes when it rains so hard I want to get the water away from the trailer I use a pool noodle...



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Old 06-29-2022, 03:18 PM   #7
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The spouts keep the AC condensation from dripping down your coach's sides. Great add on for few $$
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Sometimes when it rains so hard I want to get the water away from the trailer I use a pool noodle...

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On all 4 corners of my Phaeton are these drip things(?). See pics. The one a over the entry door is broken and water runs down the side of the bus. I don't know what they are called so that I can find them on the Tiffin parts site.

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I have only seen them in white, looks like your are black, so you will have to paint it.
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The Tiffin store carries them in black. Very inexpensive. I looked into how to replace a broken one, and I decided that it wasn’t worth my time. Too many screws, too much caulk, too much risk of damaging the gutter, and too much risk of creating a leak…on my coach and IMO. If you go that way, please post here how well it turns out.
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The spouts keep the AC condensation from dripping down your coach's sides. Great add on for few $$
I believe the Phaeton has drain tube coming down on the inside of the rear cap, no spouts needed.I kknow they did in 2010 models.
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The spouts are still used when it is raining. The AC units all have condensation pumps connected to hoses that end in the engine compartment. However, the lines can get clogged periodically causing the water to end up overflowing onto the roof. I've found the end duckbill does a great job of catching crap and plugging the lines - not a desired benefit.

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Sometimes when it rains so hard I want to get the water away from the trailer I use a pool noodle...



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nice idea! Thanks!


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I have only seen them in white, looks like your are black, so you will have to paint it.

If the drip rails have a round hole in them like Winnebago, these are available in various colors.
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