Older Omnistor spares

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  1. bhs

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    Have trawled the internet, probably not very effectively, in search of end caps for my Omnistor 4000 awning, whilst I would be pleasantly surprised if they are to be found, I am not holding my breath.

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    Try here, https://www.reimo.com/en/suche
    You can select language at the top right corner, if you call them (UK number)
    I am sure they can help you.
     
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    Have you lost them or are they just broken/shabby.

    Martin
     
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    Thanks everyone will try suggestions promptly, garage managed to knock one end off when doing MOT, broke in to several pieces, it's glued back together but I don't think it will last, they will pay if I can source one.

    meant to say Philip bought some Farecla gelcoat restorer you mentioned, excellent results, have an almost shiny van again, used MER on the non FB panels, don't think the previous owner had done anything with bodywork in 12 years, might invest in an electric polisher
     
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    Not sure about the type of plastic but it might weld with a soldering iron, then fill and paint and will be as good as new.

    Martin
     
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