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Old 01-13-2017, 08:08 AM   #1
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Entry Door seals and slide seal. Monaco Dynasty

#1 I am looking for seals for my entry door. 2000 Dynasy. I called Uni-Grip and no luck there. looks like the seal is a T shape with adhesive on the Top of the T so to speak. about 7/16 top and 1/2" leg length. any help appreciated.

#2 I think I have found seals I need for my slide but how do I check the main slide out seal on the inside of the coach above the kitchen area? My kitchen curves and I cant get my hand over the top to reach and feel if the seal is OK there or to put any powder on the seal like I have seen recommended.

Any help on these topics greatly appreciated! Just purchased the coach and I am trying to cover some of these items over the winter.
Thanks to everyone this is a great place for information.
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I would try Steele rubber products in NC. I noticed them a few months ago advertising in Motor home magazine. Checked their website out of curiosity and they have an extensive line of rv seals and such. Hope this helps.

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I would try Steele rubber products in NC. I noticed them a few months ago advertising in Motor home magazine. Checked their website out of curiosity and they have an extensive line of rv seals and such. Hope this helps.

Chad

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Old 01-16-2017, 07:24 AM   #4
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Thank you for the information. Anyone have knowledge on how to reach the slide seals inside the coach above the kitchen?
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I had to pull off the wood trim-board across the top and then the aluminum strip behind it to get to the seals ('06 Endeavor). Still not real good access, but better than removing the slide.

If you do use powder to act as a dry-lube for the seals, make sure it's not an aromatic-type powder (Baby-Powder, etc). Most of the scented ones have oils in them that will deteriorate the rubber seal material over time. Try to find a 'pure-talc' type.
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Rusty, I just bought a new seal for the entry door on my 99 Exec - I got it from the manufacturer of the door - PTL engineering - not sure if yours would be the same - mine had a sticker on it... Seals - PTL Engineering
mine was a cut and formed PVC seal - they had me measure up the door to identify it, and sent me the new one all welded etc. in the corners, exact replacement for the original.
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Thanks for the information greatly appreciated! I will check with them.
Also I was able to get my arm over the trim and get some double stick tape on the side seal where it was loose on the ends. It was a trick but got it done. My Entry door does not pull up tight when closed but I cant seem to figure out how to adjust it. I will do some more reading in the manual.
I have more questions but I will wait awhile so I don't burn you guys out..
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