150' X 1" Vinyl Rv Camper Trailer Marine Boat Insert Trim Molding Cream Ivory on 2040-parts.com
San Bernardino, California, United States
Country//Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:none
this is for new- 1" x 150' Off-White ( cream color) Vinyl Trim Insert is an easy-to-install replacement for cracked and stained trim inserts on aluminum roof edge, trim molding and truck camper shells. This Vinyl Trim Insert is made with UV inhibitors which provide a longer life. molding is a little dusty/dirty from being in the shop area.
- Replace cracked and stained RV trim inserts
- Contains UV inhibitors for longer life
- Easy installation
- Dimensions 1" x 150'
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