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Old 09-13-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
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I am looking for a source for moulding trim for my 77 Argosy. I have tried several retail sources without success. The moulding in question is very small.
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Old 09-14-2006, 01:07 AM   #2
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Moulding

Howdy,

I asked a similar question a while back. Got several answers. Here is the thread:

http://www.airforums.com/forum...light=moulding

You might also use the search tool at the top blue toolbar, and key in the word moulding. You will see all the different threads that have the word moulding in it. Might have to hunt awhile, but you will surely find places to check out!

I would post a picture of what you have, especially if you want to replace with similar stuff. It will help you get answers!

Good luck!

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Old 09-14-2006, 04:49 AM   #3
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I am looking for a source for moulding trim for my 77 Argosy. I have tried several retail sources without success. The moulding in question is very small.
Inside or outside?
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The moulding is for the inside of the trailer.
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J-trim is the thin plastic that protects sheet metal edges on the interior. It gets brittle and breaks away. Replacing it involves removing & replacing some pop rivets (available at local hardware stores or Home Despot). You'll need to cut the hidden part every couple inches to make the curve around the front windows.

Insert nosing is the approx 1" wide plastic that fits inside the extrusions you find back in your bathroom. If the fit is too tight sand the corners on the insert nosing and maybe backside, then use silicone spray to assist with sliding it in. Don't force if still too tight. Getting access to the extrusion end may be quite a job!

Both are available at Oasis RV in Tucson. Call and talk to their parts department. They are very knowledgeable, helpful and efficient in understanding what you want. Their prices are among the best around. I had what I wanted in Minnesota within 3-4 business days!
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