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Old 08-16-2015, 07:48 AM   #1
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Rain gutter extenders

Can anyone recommend a rain gutter extension for a 2015 Bounder 33c.. I've read comments about being to big, to small or won't stay on. Is there one that really works???
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Posting just so i remember to look back.

I am also looking for something to divert the water that comes out of the little gutter on the front of the rv. Right now if I let the leveler level without my input water will run forward and down right where the driver and passenger windows are. Leaves my clean and clear windows in need of cleaning.

I saw some at comping world or whatever one day and they looked to be be much bigger and only came in white which would not look good.

Mine is a 2013 33c
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I saw them in white or black but like others have said, they look too big. I too need something to take the water away from the window and side wall. The stains are a pita.
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I picked this up from another post on Irv2. Take a plastic beverage bottle and cut strips, trim to fit, and fix them in place using clear silicone. Mine are about 3" long and do a good job keeping the drips away from the sides.
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I picked this up from another post on Irv2. Take a plastic beverage bottle and cut strips, trim to fit, and fix them in place using clear silicone. Mine are about 3" long and do a good job keeping the drips away from the sides.
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Interesting idea, thanks I'll work on it..
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I've seen two guys now, using wooden clothes pins. I put some on last week, will let you know how they work.
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Gutter Spouts

I got gutter extenders from www.anyrvparts.com that slide right into the gutters on my 2016 Bounder The are part #518961 for the right side and 518962 for the left side. I did have to ad a little silicone to completely seal them to the side of the motorhome. Installation took less than 15 minutes and they work great. They cost about $16 including shipping but worth the extra few bucks for the ease of installation.
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I bought mine at Wally World. Inexpensive and fit snug. I also used some silicon to keep them in place.
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Rain gutter extenders

I see anyrvpart.com describes them as a fleetwood part and the part that attaches to the gutter is much thinner than the ones I have seen at local RV stores so I assume they are the right ones. Now I just have to find someone that has black ones or I guess I could paint them but not sure how long the paint on them would last.
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I have the extensions that you all are talking about installed. But, what I did was to extend those out about 3" to keep the water away from the coach. Being clear plastic they are barely visible, unlike a clothes pin which in fact does work....
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I see anyrvpart.com describes them as a fleetwood part and the part that attaches to the gutter is much thinner than the ones I have seen at local RV stores so I assume they are the right ones. Now I just have to find someone that has black ones or I guess I could paint them but not sure how long the paint on them would last.
Just use a paint designed for plastics, such as Krylon's Fusion.
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Just use a paint designed for plastics, such as Krylon's Fusion.
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You can use silicone if you like but Fleetwood uses no silicone. You can use OSI QUAD clear from HD. Matches product used in the factory. While in Decatur at Fleetwood's repair facility, the coach next to me came in with silicone slathered across his cap. Said there was a leak somewhere. They, Fleetwood, nearly chased him out and he got nothing done. Once that stuff is on your coach, it's nearly impossible to remove completely. Just my suggestion.
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So this quad clear is the stuff they use to seal things such as the mirror bases and the lighted grab handle? If that's it, I love the stuff! And it goes on ultra thin
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