Water mitigation is vital when it comes to the health of your RV. The materials used to build your RV have two main purposes. The first is to create a stable, homeostatic, environment that you can live in, full-time. The second is to be lightweight enough that it doesn't bog down your driving and is easy on the pocketbook when it comes to gas mileage. As durable as the construction materials are if you get a leak, they will inevitably break down.
Moisture (whether getting directly into your walls/roof or by condensation) can be an insidious foe when it comes to maintaining your RV. The tiniest pinhole leak can turn into you, the owner, needing to replace entire sections of your home away from home, if you're not careful. That's why the drip rails, seals, and gutters are vitally important to the health of your RV. You need to be sure that when you're installing a product, it's one that you can depend on to work. That's what you get with the gutters from RecPro.
These sturdy plastic gutters are designed to fit most RVs on the market as either upgrade or replacement pieces. They are resistant to the elements (UV penetration, cold and heat extremes, and water) so you'll see virtually no fading, chipping, cracking, or warping. These gutters are also designed with a more extended channel so that when they connect with your existing system, they don't just barely lock into your rail. There is plenty of room to work with, so you will have a secure fit that won't allow for the back bleed of rain when you're traveling or stationary.
When you're looking to help make a crucial system tighter and stronger, add some long gutters from RecPro to your RV.
2 pack: Includes (1) left & (1) right Gutter Spout
4 pack: Includes (2) left & (2) right Gutter Spout