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Old 07-30-2015, 08:40 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by WSY DD693 View Post
I bought a 2008 Surveyor and had water in the cargo hold that seeped into front bedroom carpeting. The fix was replacing worn out door seals, but I agree with others moving water away from the TT sides via longer rain spots, purchased or Gerry Rigged clothes pins. whatever works for your budget.
Do you think you could post some pics of this clothespin rig? I can't get a mental picture from reading about it -- all I can envision is a clothespin clipped to the end of the gutter, and I can't see what good that could do.

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