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What thay do is scrape the water off the window {'' cat wiskers''} where could I purchess the right & left ? and a parts manual that lists ALL the parts of a cutaway van for a Tioga motorhome fuzzy4christsake@yahoo.com thank you David.

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  • fuzzy4christ Sep 23, 2010

    as you roll down the window this part rubs or scraps the water off the window on the outside
    {between the window and steel door} it is made of a type of plastic on newer cars it is rubber.

  • fuzzy4christ Sep 25, 2010

    the original chassis doors

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Not sure what you mean by cats whiskers ,unless you mean the wiper blades --??-- now as for a parts catalogue then for this you will have to find the location of the manufacturer of the motorhome body ,look on the coachwork and you should find a plate with their details on and go from their ,this is about the best advice i can give as their are so many coachbuilders all over the world .Still cant understand your cats whiskers though this is a new one on me because to me a cats whisker is what we called the wire that you tweeked on a radio as a kid which we made from a crystal and some wire for an aerial

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    Colin Stickland Sep 25, 2010

    yes now i understand ,but is it the original vehicle chassis doors or doors made by the motor home builders

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Sep 26, 2010

    then try the auto factor first as they will have some universal rubber that you cut to length ,failing which the dealer

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