Does anyone where I can find a replacement molding that runs the interior rear roof curve of the trailer to the floor? It's currently seperating in spots and I'd like to get it replaced. I checked with the dealer and he said this molding actually is installed when they join the rear panel of the trailer with the side panel and there isn't an easy way to replace it. I'll have to take a closer look when I get home but I was hoping I could just peal off the old molding and put in a replacement. Are there any solutions I could use? I really dont' want the dealer ripping the sides of the trailer off to replace it.
2014 Wildwood 300BH
2014 Ford Explorer XLT
2011 Ford F350 FX4
Try The Home Depot. While looking for shower molding I sorted through, at least, 50 different styles/sizes of plastic/composite trim. I would think that Lowe's would have about the same. Careful when installing, it isn't the most sturdy material and "dings" very easily. Use white panel nails and pick up a bottle of "Whiteout" for touch-up.
"If everything seems to be going well, look around, you've obviously overlooked something."
The dealer is correct about the way it's installed. It's got a lip that fits between the wall and roof. You may have to remove the back-side extension from the molding and use some type of cement to apply it to the corner.