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Old 04-08-2018, 02:59 PM   #1
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X23B slideout seam cover

Just pulled my 2016 X23B out of winter storage. The black vinyl channel cap(that covers the exterior screws) around the perimeter of the slideout face has shrunk and pulled away from the corners. Anyone have a source for this in rolls? All four pieces will need to be replaced as they all have contracted and pulled away from the corners.
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When it warms up stretch them back in place and use black silicone adhesive in the corners.

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I think i know what part you are talking about, but can you post a picture?

If it, our dealer dabbed a little clear marine caulk under it, and put it back in place. Ours would expand in the hot summer sun.
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Appreciate all the suggestions. Attached is a pic of the corner showing the vinyl piece that has pulled away. Still looking for a source for the actual vinyl. I would like to replace all four segments.
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You can also buy a roll of replacement from Amazon or an RV parts house. I believe it may come in a couple of different widths and I think it shrinks a bit over time.
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Thanks all. Finally found this at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/JR-Products-10111-Premium-Insert/dp/B0031Y7Z0A/ref=sr_1_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1523270896&sr= 1-1&keywords=jr+products+10111
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Yup, that’s the stuff. Be sure to get the correct width, IIRC mine is 3/4” wide (from memory, mind you).😏
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Very important that when you install the new moulding be sure you do NOT stretch it.I replaced all the screw covers on our vendor trailer about 20 years ago and they still look pretty good.
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