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Old 10-29-2020, 09:40 AM   #1
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What fits what?

i have a 90 flair, id like to find some replacement exterior trim parts.
specifically the rear vertical corner covers and caps.

so, that being said, what models cohabitate to each other?


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They are such nice pictures of your rig, thought I'd make it easier for others. And then I'd like to mention that I had a new corner piece made from galvanized steel, painted, silicon sealed down in Mexico for around $50 US. They took the old bent one to a fabricating shop as a pattern. I only needed one, and didn't need the plastic end pieces. So maybe try a steel shop where you are? It's great you still have the old ones for patterns. On my '94 rig, a Bounder, the bottoms of those trim pieces didn't have a plastic cap, there were just a couple small pieces of bent steel that covered the hole to keep vermin out. Two screws held them in place.






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thanks for posting the pics jim.
i can make them if need be.
just another iron in my same sh*t differant day, bigger pile smaller shovel fire.
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Those are great pics, Johnny. And the area is pretty spectacular...seems that way to me because I'm stuck here in a 3rd rate RV park (but it's only $350/mo) in a 'winters coming' area close to my family. But we did get up to 72 F today so that was nice. Gave me the chance to get the tanks dumped and the water tank filled real quick.

Anyway, if you can make them, but don't feel like it, then it should be an easy thing for you to find a shop you'd consider competent to do the job and I'd bet you'd know how much it would be worth. Trying to find those online might work if you have the part numbers, but for a '90? Doubt it would be that easy.

Also, you can search these RV Salvage Yards for the parts. But expect to pay close to what the factory would charge for them.
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Here's what my '94 Bounder looked like before painting:



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wow, she turned out great..
my son owns a body shop here, so the short bus will get some new color eventually..
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