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Old 09-18-2008, 09:57 PM   #1
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bambi trim and aluminum sheet needed

Next spring, I want to do some repairs/spruce up. The lower molding, around the bottom of my 2000 19' Bambi, is a hard extrusion with a snap in filler. The flexible filler is losing its clear covering, so I want to replace it. Looks like it is just cut to length and pushed into place, after removing the old. Is this something I need to order through a dealer, or are there other sources for this material? Also, I need to locate some of the dark colored aluminum sheet that wraps around from the lower molding to the belly pan. I have a spot that has corroded through, and I want to rivet and seal a patch over it. Any ideas for a source for the dark alum sheet?
Otherwise, just looking forward to some fall weather trips to Wisconsin!
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hi robert,

yes, order the materials 4 your unit through a dealer...

many have non inflated prices on these parts,

and some dealers will have the items shipped directly to you from j/c.

you could also pick up the bits in person, if you pass by j/c...

the lower alum wrap is PAINTED.

so you'll need the a/s specific paint and some rivets and a sheet of skin.

the paint code has been posted many times, but a call to tech or the store will get you the right shade of dark gray...

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Old 09-19-2008, 03:51 PM   #3
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Aha-paint! Now I see the paint line at the bottom of the door. Thanks!
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