RV Gutter Spouts with Extensions, 4pk

Catalog Item # 31564

All-in-one kit reduces dirt and black streaks on the side of your RV.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 14 reviews (5 Based on 14 Reviews)

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Good Product

by Robert Protzman – April 18, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

Since I added these RV gutter extensions, the black streaks have all but gone away. No tools required for installation and I hav

Good Buy

by Anonymous – September 21, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

These Gutter Spouts are indeed very easy to install. I would suggest that one does not install them when it is raining and stand

Gutter Spouts

by Joe – May 16, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

Worth the money. Do not get the spout extensions. These replace your current spouts and have the extension built in. My old spo

No more black streaks!

by Brian Quiniones – July 13, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

Great product. Easy install. Just be sure to figure out which ones you want. One type is the extention to existing gutters that co

Well Worth Getting

by Stacey Brown – February 21, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

These spouts are easy to install and well worth the money. My travel trailer is only 2 years old and the original spouts were brok

by Darrell – January 20, 2016
Camco does manufacture this product in black as part# 42323. We unfortunately do not carry it, but can locate the gutter spouts in black through an alternate retailer.
by Camping World – February 16, 2016
by MobyDick 2012 – August 12, 2015
The current extensions came with my 2013 19 foot Gulfstream Innsbruk and have become brittle over time, breaking off when I put the cover over the camper. How are they installed?
A UV additive was added to the composition of the gutters so degradation will not occur. To install, the gutters are partially removed, a hole drill in the spout, and then mounted behind the gutter hopefully sharing the same mounting screw.
by Camping World – August 19, 2015
Most likely, it would depend if there is a gap for the spouts to slip in behind the drip rail. Or if the drip rail has a screw at the end(s) that can be retracted to slip the spout on and then remount.
by Camping World – June 24, 2015

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