Hi All!

I'm tackling my first RV remodel with a 1983 22' Komfort Kamper. Been a really fun project!

I'm planning on using extra wide trim for the corners, roof and bottom rail. I'm hoping to figure something out that will cover 2 inches along edges. The top of the roof doesn't need to be 2", but the visible wall edge does need to be. The same goes for the bottom rails. But I would like the corners to cover 2" on both edges.

I've been searching conventional RV trim and haven't found anything. I figure I might be able to use standard house flashing for the roof and bottom rail, but the front and back corners present challenges finding anything other than trim specifically designed for RVs. And searching RV trim I'm not finding anything that wide.

Any thoughts on where I might find or have manufactured RV trim this wide? Or other creative options?

I've attached a photo of the trailer in its current state.

Thanks in advance!

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Tags: custom, molding, remodel, size, trim

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Would this idea be of any use to you as a creative option or to help steer you in the right direction?  The guy used 4x4 vinyl fence posts...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60iRO_amYAc

I assume you could paint them any color you want.  Not bendable though, not sure how you'd get the corners to work?

Thats a pretty cool RV repair,,,  Thinking outside of the box,,,




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