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Old 09-23-2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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Where did I see this for sale?

I know I have seen the slide in plastic trim for vintage Airstreams for sale, but now that I need it I can't seem to find it again. I've managed to repalce my PINK curtains, thanks to Andre and Susan; however, those PINK hearts on the trim over the curtains just jump out at you now. It's a 1" or 1 1/2" flat plastic piece that slides into a track on the covering over the curtain track. I've also managed to break the large plastic end piece on one of these tracks. It's the piece that fits over the end of the whole curtain track, more for cosmetics but does help fasten the assembly to the wall more securely too. Anyone who can direct me to a source would be appreciated.
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Hmm... Are you talking about the plastic inserts for beltline (chest high) and rubrail (knee high)? They're different widths. Some ideas are to check outdoormart or Inland or oasisrv in Tucson. I seem to recall Inland saying the blue is no longer available?
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Actually, I put my curtains on the INSIDE of the trailer. (couldn't resist that). What i'm needing is the flat plastic insert that fits into the plastic valance that covers the curtain track. Also the big plastic end cap that fits on the end of this same curtain track.
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Inside? Well that's different!

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I got some of the inside trim from Inland I'm sure the others will do as well. It's called insert nosing. That is -- if it's this stuff -- http://www.airforums.com/forums/f46/...tml#post168053
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