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Old 11-24-2011, 03:39 AM   #1
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A984 A310 Motorhome window vent covers

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I am restoring a 1984 Airstream A310 and the small plastic covers over the window vents are either missing or in very poor condition
Does anyone know if replacements are available or if an alternative cover can be fitted ? any help gratefully received
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:26 AM   #2
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Hi
I am restoring a 1984 Airstream A310 and the small plastic covers over the window vents are either missing or in very poor condition
Does anyone know if replacements are available or if an alternative cover can be fitted ? any help gratefully received
That part is called "weep hole covers".

They are available from parts stocking dealers.

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Inland RV has both types. If anyone has fabricated aluminum sucessfully I would love the design!
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Thanks for the prompt feedback could you pm me with costings and shipping too the UK ? Ill count up the number I need
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Unless the units are soaked in hot water the weep hole covers will not fit without breaking one of the tabs. I have had great luck with epoxy.
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Unless the units are soaked in hot water the weep hole covers will not fit without breaking one of the tabs. I have had great luck with epoxy.
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The latest weep hole covers are ok.

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