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I need to replace rubber seals around basement doors. The previous owner changed some but not sure which is original or changed. Two different profiles that create bad door alignment outside. If anyone could give me a profile of the seal material with dimensions that were used used originally, and any supplier information so I could replace all basement door seals. It seems the rubber gasket aligns the doors to the rest of the coach panels. Panel alignment and stopping water infiltration is the goal. Any information would be appreciated.

Mitch & Tess
1995 Barth Breakaway? 31ft front entry
9411 3941 31LA 11B
210hp Cummins B5.9 (turbocharged)
Spartan chassis EC2246
Air Suspension/ 4wheel disc brakes
Allison AT542 4 speed
6kw Honda RV6010 gen.
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I am not sure what they used on the Regency but FWIW this was a good match to my door seals on the 98 Monarch:

"98" Monarch 37
Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 300 hp
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