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Old 07-15-2015, 02:38 PM   #11
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How often are you going into the front storage during the rain?


For the AC dripping, it will usually head to the lowest corner of your RV. Water will rarely flow uphill, it follows the path of least resistance to the lowest point. Raise your tongue jack a hair, or put a half inch board under that side tire and the condensation should go somewhere else.
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Old 01-29-2016, 07:09 PM   #12
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What I found that works well is a simple pool noodle slip it over the end of the gutter.

I wire tie the other end of the noodle to a 5 gallon bucket and use the water to douse the fire.

Here in Texas running the AC makes for a lot of water dripping.

Hey it works for me.
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Old 02-05-2016, 07:26 PM   #13
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What I found that works well is a simple pool noodle slip it over the end of the gutter.

I wire tie the other end of the noodle to a 5 gallon bucket and use the water to douse the fire.

Here in Texas running the AC makes for a lot of water dripping.

Hey it works for me.
Is a pool noodle long enough to reach the ground???

Great idea regardless!!! Will keep this in mind.
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Is a pool noodle long enough to reach the ground???

Great idea regardless!!! Will keep this in mind.
Not long enough to reach the ground but a short piece of PVC pipe and you can join two noodles.
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Not long enough to reach the ground but a short piece of PVC pipe and you can join two noodles.
I didn't think so...

Awesome idea!!!

TY!!!!
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I always have a few of those noodles onboard. I usually use them when putting the dog pen fence up alongside RV, over the top edge of pen, to keep from scratching the side walls. One of my gutters spouts runs right over the bumper mounted bbq, which is on the corner where ladder is. I can climb up and shove a short piece of noodle over spout to get it away from wetting dinner.
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