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Old 06-08-2005, 07:58 PM   #1
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I need to replace them. The plastic covers.
Does anyone know a good source?
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:10 AM   #2
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I too have 3 that need to be replaced. I'll revive this thread in the hopes someone can help guide us.
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I too have 3 that need to be replaced. I'll revive this thread in the hopes someone can help guide us.
Please explain how you will revive "this thread"
Yours is just the 2nd post and it comes the next day as post #1.

What gives? Has part of another helpful thread been clumsily lost in the soup? Or did you forget to include a link URL or am I just getting real old and senile?
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I used the word revive to represent the concept that your post had progressed off of the home page without a response. My post pulled it back into the active thread list which improves the chances someone might answer your question.
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I used the word revive to represent the concept that your post had progressed off of the home page without a response. My post pulled it back into the active thread list which improves the chances someone might answer your question.
Ten-Four.

I applaud your doing that. Wonder how many threads slip away without notice?

By the way did you know that what you did (flip the thread) was illegal here?
No kidding.
But seldom enforced (thank Goodness).
Just another case of moderation sans moderation. AKA "it aintbroke but lets fiddle with it anyway just because we can".

Actually there is a good thread as I recall on replacing the vent "lights" or lenses or translucent inserts or whatever they are called. If I can find it I will post a link URL into this thread. I have no idea what a keyword in it is.. Sorry.
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I need to replace them. The plastic covers.
Does anyone know a good source?
Maryszka
If you're talking about the outer covers, they're available from INlandRV,
( www.inlandrv.com )
They have them in grey and white.
If you're talkiong about the inside covers ( light covers) then I am not sure who has them available anymore.
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