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Old 07-16-2014, 09:15 AM   #1
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Does anybody know where i can find drip rail extenders that fit a Winnebago Im tired of having water run down the front side windows
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Old 07-16-2014, 09:32 AM   #2
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I was told by my dealer that they don't exist for my 2013 Vista. Also the after marked generic ones like Camping World sells won't fit. I had my local RV shop fabricate some aluminum ones.
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Old 07-16-2014, 10:35 AM   #3
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Finally Time - Could you post a picture of the fabricated rail extenders please. And what the name of the shop you went to.
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Old 07-16-2014, 03:57 PM   #4
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Rmblaster, I have the 2012 Adventurer 37F, and got a set from Lazyday's right after we got the RV IN 2012.The part numbers are FW231012 right front ,left rear,and FW231013 left front, right rear. If your Vista has the same type of rail (rounded on the end) this should work. I had to do a little sanding on the stem of the extender to get the fit just right. Give Amber a call She was very helpful to me, and hopefully still there. 1-888-500-5299 EXT.4204. Good luck Steve
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Hi,
Some folks use clothes pins for drip rail extenders, seems to help.

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Rmblaster, I have the 2012 Adventurer 37F, and got a set from Lazyday's right after we got the RV IN 2012.The part numbers are FW231012 right front ,left rear,and FW231013 left front, right rear. If your Vista has the same type of rail (rounded on the end) this should work. I had to do a little sanding on the stem of the extender to get the fit just right. Give Amber a call She was very helpful to me, and hopefully still there. 1-888-500-5299 EXT.4204. Good luck Steve
Steve, hello, I have a 14' 37F and was tired of the rain coming in the drivers door when I opened it. when I was at the dealer last I asked about the rain gutter extenders and the service tech said he would either contact Winnebago about them or install aftermarket ones while he had it in their shop. When I picked up the my coach they were not installed and tech said that Winnebago did not offer them and he could not find any that would fit. I do not think that the body has changed since 2012 so I would like to try the ones you mentioned. Who is the manufacturer of the part numbers? Do you have a picture??
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Old 07-16-2014, 07:13 PM   #7
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Hi Ray, I found out about the extenders for Winnebago units, from one of the forums, not sure which one, but all the info, and part numbers where in that post. Sorry no picture. I believe they are made for Fleetwood units. I tried the extenders from Camping World with not any luck. Quick story, after I placed my order a few weeks go by, no extenders I call, and speak to Amber she apologizes that the invoice was misplaced and ships the order out next day no charge. like I said a little tweaking with the stem, and it will slide right in the rail,I even put a stainless steel screw though the split in the rail into the stem or chalk the stem first either way it won't come out while traveling.
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The part numbers have changed the new #s are 518961 & 518962 got them from a local fleetwood dealer they are not a perfect fit but with a little trimming and silicone they will work

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RV Gutter Spouts with Extensions, 4pk - Camco 42134 - Awning Accessories & Hardware - Camping World

I like these, have had them a couple years, and except when the wind is blowing or going down the road, they keep the drips off the coach very nicely. I believe they are universal, don't know for sure.

Zoom in on this pic, you can see the condensation drip on the pavement but almost nothing on the coach. Except the occasional gust of wind, as I mentioned.

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yeah, but now it drips on the dogs head


Seriously looks good
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yeah, but now it drips on the dogs head


Seriously looks good





Yep, sure looks that way huh!
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Clothes pins work great for me. Seriously, try it. They even stay on on the highway. I only need one and don't even notice it anymore.
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Clothes pins work great for me. Seriously, try it. They even stay on on the highway. I only need one and don't even notice it anymore.
Anybody have a pic showing the use of a clothes pin
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Hi,
Some folks use clothes pins for drip rail extenders, seems to help.

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