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Old 04-12-2020, 10:09 AM   #1
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Gasket/seal identification

Looking for a little help sourcing a new gasket for the RV door I installed on my bus. It the gasket that goes around the window glass.

I tried to get a picture of the cross section. Let me know if you need a better photo.

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Old 04-12-2020, 07:34 PM   #2
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What kind of RV did it come off of? That's the question you should be asking -- it likely will only be available from another RV like it or the manufacturer, sorry to say...
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Old 04-12-2020, 10:56 PM   #3
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Ohh yeah no idea. Pulled it from a wreck that someone was parting out locally over 2 years ago. I can grab a pic of the door and maybe someone can identify. Fingers crossed.
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Looking for a little help sourcing a new gasket for the RV door I installed on my bus. It the gasket that goes around the window glass.

I tried to get a picture of the cross section. Let me know if you need a better photo.

Thanks for any help.
The picture shows a "D"-type cross-section. It is hard to tell the size of it.


These were found by a simple google search, on McMaster-Carr.
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That stuff is certainly off-the-shelf material that comes on a roll. Is this it?

https://www.dkhardware.com/96-flexib...CABEgITnPD_BwE
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I think this seal is a little different than some of the glass gaskets you have suggested. I don't think it "wraps" around the glass on both sides. I think it wedges in between the glass and the doors outer skin.
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I think this seal is a little different than some of the glass gaskets you have suggested. I don't think it "wraps" around the glass on both sides. I think it wedges in between the glass and the doors outer skin.
Winnebago stripe, right?
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I think this seal is a little different than some of the glass gaskets you have suggested. I don't think it "wraps" around the glass on both sides. I think it wedges in between the glass and the doors outer skin.
This is why it pays to take pics of any donors or at least log what kind of RV any scavenged parts came from. Makes those parts much easier to service or replace later... Just my $0.02.

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Winnebago stripe, right?
I don't think you can really match a particular stripe style to a particular manufacturer, I think some of these manufacturers just had third-party suppliers create any graphics package that was offered. That being said, that window looks a lot like the same one in the door on the Fleetwood Pace Arrow 30-footer I currently reside in. Maybe that window is a standard size / fitment, even if the door is not?
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Willie Wonka? Wonder Woman? Walter White? 94 Winnebago Vectra?
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Willie Wonka? Wonder Woman? Walter White? 94 Winnebago Vectra?
Found a pic in the old files!!! i think we have a winner!!

Anyone got a source they like for winnebago seals?
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Looks very close, if it's not the right one.
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Looks very close, if it's not the right one.
That is a picture of the RV I took the door from.
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Winnebago parts are going to come from your Winnebago dealer. Try winnebagoparts.com.
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