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Old 08-25-2016, 12:01 PM   #1
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Hay guys and gals. I am looking to replace mouldings around my Boler front and back windows....where do I get the mouldings. Cheers
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Old 08-25-2016, 05:00 PM   #2
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Hay guys and gals. I am looking to replace mouldings around my Boler front and back windows....where do I get the mouldings. Cheers
Do you mean the pieces of vinyl gasket seals that go against the glass on the exterior? Those pieces are not referred to as mouldings but are instead called gaskets or seals.

It is not spelled as mouldings with a letter U, it is molding without a U.

It is not a matter of my being picky to say these things to you, it is simply to help you find them when you do searches in this forum's archives or for internet shopping. Keywords are the key needed to unlock the sources and in that case spelling and the name they are called by the industry does matter.

But outside of that we as people don't care how you spell things or what you like to call them
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It is not spelled as mouldings with a letter U, it is molding without a U.
In the US it spelled that way-no U. But, your neighbours spell it with a U.
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Old 08-25-2016, 05:44 PM   #4
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I'm looking to do the same for the front window of my Campster. Mine has dried out and pulled away from 2 corners.

I have been advised by an auto window guy, to whom I sent pictues, that I'm may be able to use heat to soften it up the vynl and stretch it back into place.

I did find a similar gasket at Vintage Trailer Supply Web site that says it fits some Bolers.

http://www.vintagetrailersupply.com/category-s/26.htm

Scroll to the bottom left and see if that's what you need.

It's not exactly like mine but I'm going to take some measurements and order a sample if if looks close.

Good luck and keep us posted.

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Lets start from the beginning. First, K Corbin . Thank you for your reply. Second you are absolutely right in the spelling. I was not in good form when addressing the issue this morning, flu has got a hold of me. Not quite myself. As for what I am referring to. Yes the rubber gasket that encases the plexiglass window. I believe I did read some thing a while back on a forum regarding this issue but I cannot locate that Quote.
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Actually, Google accepts either spelling.
You will have more success if you use the bottom Google search box.
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Lets start from the beginning. First, K Corbin . Thank you for your reply. Second you are absolutely right in the spelling. I was not in good form when addressing the issue this morning, flu has got a hold of me. Not quite myself. As for what I am referring to. Yes the rubber gasket that encases the plexiglass window. I believe I did read some thing a while back on a forum regarding this issue but I cannot locate that Quote.
The flu will most certainly mess up thinking. Hope you feel better soon.
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