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My son and I are rebuilding/restoring a 1994 Breakaway and are asking anyone on the forum if they have any knowledge of what or where to obtain the body molding which is two pieces, we have had to remove some to replace a couple of body panels. We have searched the internet to no avail; any help would be appreciated.
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Easiest way to replace is go to West Marine or their website and buy enough Marine molding to replace it all

Nick
 
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Hello Chey2Racer,

We have been working on restoration of our '93 Breakaway for the last several years. During that time, we searched for replacement belt-line moulding & the closest that we could find(regarding material, dimension, & style) & purchased was listed on ebay item #332576516065. As Nick mentioned, you'll probably want to replace all or at least one side of the coach since the profile shape is close but not an exact match. I wanted to respond earlier but presently have been very busy as well as having too many distractions & problems to solve.

Good Luck,

John
 
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Super! Thanks so much for the response! We have been dealing with very sick dogs, had to put our Standard Poodle down and now dealing with a sick terrier, that's just one reason I haven't respond. Thanks again and have a blessed day.
 
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Thanks to the both of you so much! The e-bay parts should get me back on track and I might get this thing back going soon.
 
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