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sunvalleyjoe
yours look better than mine yours has square corners . The ones I bought has ripples on corners. I wish i would have bought mine 2 inches longer more coverage over glass but they work ok. GBA!!SVJ
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jackgomez
I need a drip cap for the front window but they do not have one wide enough. I will continue to look but I wish it to match. 
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mkevenson
Jack, very nice. Thanks for posting. Will look at the website you referenced.
Mark
Please buy Made in USA
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sunvalleyjoe
my local camper store can order them but they are closed now.
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bamajim
Angels, welcome to camping and the Retro world.  May God Bless you with many fun and safe trips.  Oh, on your question about inspections, most dealers will perform an inspection.  You will need to interview dealers and try for one you can trust.  Some will tell you fix everything on the trailer, so than can make more money.  The life of an RV is in keeping water out.  Have a close look at the seals, especially between the rubber roof and the sides of the RV.  Any small crack can allow water to penetrate.
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sunvalleyjoe
we met a couple last summer they had one of the leakers. Too far for factory repair from Calif. So they had repair done at local RV shop. What the found was the side piece was cut too short and the seal between the back and side was a big gap. I guess the tried to caulk it but after use the seal opened up. The shop added some siding to close the gap looked like hell but stopped the water leak. These people kept to them self they could care less that we had a Retro also owell.SVJ
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