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Old 07-31-2019, 11:44 PM   #1
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RV door bumper

The rubber on door stop is starting to break down and needs replacing. Anyone change theirs out?Click image for larger version

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Nope - but this part gets you all of that fitting (except what you're looking for).

https://parts.revgroup.com/item-deta...tring=10102276
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Thanks lynch.
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Yes, easy and inexpensive. For a few bucks CW has just the bumper or for a few more the whole assembly.

Just the bumper should take 5 minutes with a screwdriver.

I changed my whole assembly to change color to black instead of "old, yellowed white plastic". That took about 15 minutes. Drill out old rivets, remove, replace, rerivet.
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