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Old 01-22-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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Help Vent Cover blew off in bad storm

So after a torential down pour, gust of 50mph winds and tornado warning in Arizona our vent cover flew off. We woke up this morning to find it broken right off with rain water inside our Stream. Needless to say our day wasz off to a rocky start. The vent was closed however had a hairline crack in the outer plastic. We have covered the opening dried out the interior and are hoping for the rain to stop. I am happy to report other than the missing cover there is not any further damage. My question is where can I get the best deal on a replacement? It is for our front vent and I believe the size is 14 by 25.5. I went to Camping World and they do not have one. Any help is greatly appreciated. Even a gently used one would work for interim.
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So after a torential down pour, gust of 50mph winds and tornado warning in Arizona our vent cover flew off. We woke up this morning to find it broken right off with rain water inside our Stream. Needless to say our day wasz off to a rocky start. The vent was closed however had a hairline crack in the outer plastic. We have covered the opening dried out the interior and are hoping for the rain to stop. I am happy to report other than the missing cover there is not any further damage. My question is where can I get the best deal on a replacement? It is for our front vent and I believe the size is 14 by 25.5. I went to Camping World and they do not have one. Any help is greatly appreciated. Even a gently used one would work for interim.
I believe that the two sources are Inland RV and Vintage Trailer Supply. Each one makes the cover from different material and each has its advantages and disadvantages.

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