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Old 07-21-2017, 05:48 PM   #15
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They also make plastic extensions for the factory type ones


I'd be curious to see what you mean. That is what I originally thought, but searching simply brought up the standard gutter spouts for me (which I already have)
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I have used JR Products Extended Gutter Spouts by trimming them and gluing them to the existing spouts.
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If you can't find a "noodle" you can get this foam pipe insulation from Lowe's. Cheap!

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