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Old 10-22-2006, 02:52 PM   #29
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Old 07-31-2009, 12:48 PM   #30
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I have been researching prices on fuzzy channel.Inland rv is quite a bit more than everyone else.Is their product that much better? I am doing all of my windows 145' of stuff so would like to here comments on quality and durability of kind you have used.
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Gypsy Jo,

I bought all my weather stripping from Metro Moulded Parts Inc. Automotive Weatherstrip and Rubber Parts. They gave me a Military Discount and were very helpful.

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Old 01-09-2010, 09:58 PM   #32
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Alan.I see you were looking for window fuzzys and rubber for classic moho at one time.Did you find what you needed?I just bought a classic moho and need to redo rubber and fuzzy on all the windows.Would be great to find parts for it around Atlanta.
Thanks Jimmy from Monroe.
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Jimmy, Inland RV is the source for shlagle channel and trim rubber. An easy fix. Make sure you clear your weep holes and cut channel to allow proper drainage.
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Old 01-10-2010, 10:49 AM   #34
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Alan.I see you were looking for window fuzzys and rubber for classic moho at one time.Did you find what you needed?I just bought a classic moho and need to redo rubber and fuzzy on all the windows.Would be great to find parts for it around Atlanta.
Thanks Jimmy from Monroe.
After the fuzzy channel is installed, the weep holes thru the fuzzy, can easily be made from the outside of the coach.

Using a drill motor and a small drill bit, like 1/8 inch or a #30, drill into the fuzzy channel from the outside, being careful to only drill into the outside part of the fuzzy, then move the drill bit sideways to cut the horizontal hole.

DO NOT cut into the inside portion of the fuzzy., which is the opposite side.

You can also use a small "router bit" that works better than the regular drill bit.

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