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Old 01-13-2006, 02:47 PM   #1
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Exciting News-Weep Hole Covers and More!!

I just ordered new weep hole covers for Chummy. The search is over and the great news is they are available at Vintage Trailer Supply. I had been working with Steve Hingtgten on this project from the start and it has come to fruition. And he will also be stocking the Fuzzy window wiper and channel for us to fix our windows. No more searching or paying outrageous prices. Steve has been dedicated to the vintage Airstream owners and their needs with his business Airstream Dreams and now Vintage Airstream Supply. I first got involved with him when I needed a tail light lens for my 75 Tradewind and was told no one made them. He started making them!
I urge you to support Steve and his efforts to help us with our classic motor homes. The prices for the weep hole covers will be $6.95 for the large and $5.95 for the small ones. He is also an advertiser on this forum. I have attached his link below.

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Old 01-13-2006, 03:27 PM   #2
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Weep Holes

That's a darn good price. I got some through a friend from Airstream last fall and they cost a lot more. That is also a good source for supplies.

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Old 01-13-2006, 05:36 PM   #3
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Fuzzy Channel for Front Driver/Passenger Windows.

Finally I can order the fuzzy channel I need for my 89 MoHo without having to sort thru all the choices that have been discussed. I can be assured it will fit, and the price looks good. We really do need to encourage this business. All of us know how hard it can be to find the parts we need. To have someone who wants to do that supply effort at a reasonable price is great news.

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Old 01-17-2006, 08:42 AM   #4
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that is a good price. I also have sent a sample of both to a manufacturer who is looking at making these. Hope to target 5 bucks or less for the bigger one.
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