Greetings, everyone.

A short while ago, the aluminum rivets holding the retaining clips (I think that's what they are called) onto one of the emergency exit windows got old and died.  This had happened before, but I have no idea what happened to that other clip.  I may have thrown it out, or it may be hidden somewhere in the vastness of our 28ft, 1989 Coachmen Catalina.

In either event, I need to replace that clip.  It looks like this (sorry if the pictures are too big):

Does anyone have one of these lying around, or know where I can get one?

If necessary, I'll buy the entire assembly:

Thanks for your help.

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Try the are a salvage place in Ky.

They don't have it.  Which strikes me as odd: if it's a salvage yard, somewhere on their lot is an old RV.

Very close!  This is the RV side of the latch.  I need the clip that mounts on the window. 

At least now I have a brand name, which will make it easier to find.  I hope.  I'll contact that company to see if they have the clip.

I just got an email back from all-rite parts.  The latch does not come with the clip, and they don't have the clip in stock.

Hehr products are relatively common. A search there may help.




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