Help, missing part

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  1. Busman

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    hello, been trying to source this part but to no avail. new to looking for parts so any help much appreciated.
    Dave
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  2. Phill D

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    try O'leary's they do most everything
     
  3. pappajohn

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    not a very helpful pic im afraid.

    Presumably an outdoor part due to the rust marks/black streaks ?
     
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    I reckon Johns Cross will be along soon with an answer for you - they have certainly helped me out recently and seem to have (or be able to get!) everything:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  5. icantremember

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    It's not too clear from your picture exactly what the part is.

    The part looks quite simple, so if you can't find a replacement it should be fairly easy to mould one in glassfibre.
     
  6. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

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    You could email/phone Ian Mayhew - 01580 883061 on ian@johnscross.co.uk but he will need the picture and make model but I dont hold out a lot of hope as its a body part

    Peter
     
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    Hi. If you get desperate you could try using a plastic trunking corner cover. Any decent electrical factors or maybe B&Q will have one. They come in several sizes.

    Only problem is they are 90' rather than rounded.

    Just a thought
     
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    Presuming the opposite side wall cover is still in place, you could remove it, then you may be able to get it copied or source / make a pair of similar covers.
     
  9. Busman

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    Here's the opposite side, will try and source part first but will also look at making one up.
    Thanks for all the input
    Dave
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