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Old 05-07-2017, 07:15 AM   #1
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Window bead replacement

Has anyone replaced the window bead on their Sunline? I need to replace them on my advancer and I'm trying to find the right resource. Any help would really be appreciated. Thanks!
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What part are you refering to? The plastic screw cover on the outside? The putty the window sets in? Either part should be available at an RV dealer or I buy a ot on Amazon or ebay
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Old 05-07-2017, 08:31 AM   #3
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The part that I need is the rubber gasket that holds the glass in place. Mine has shrunk and is prone to leaking. See photo attached
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The part that I need is the rubber gasket that holds the glass in place. Mine has shrunk and is prone to leaking. See photo attached
When I worked at an RV dealership, we had a roll of that stuff but I have no idea where they got it. Try an rv. dealer or Hehr windows or allrite aluminum parts.
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On second thought, that trim doesn't seal the window. The glass is set into a bead of urethane like a windshield and that makes it water tight. The molding is just a trim. I have peeled it off ,warmed it up with a heat gun and stretched it back into place. Can't really say how long it stayed in place, though.
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