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    Drip edge

    A drip edge at the roof line with spouts at each end would reduce the black streaks caused by water running off the roof.

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    Re: Drip edge

    Attaching the plastic gutter extensions at both ends help reduce the black streaks, too.
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    Re: Drip edge

    Or the poor boys way, is to clip clothes pins onto the drain spout and the water drips off of the pin.

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    Re: Drip edge

    There is no drip edge on Edge trailers.
    Quote Originally Posted by mdavis View Post
    Or the poor boys way, is to clip clothes pins onto the drain spout and the water drips off of the pin.

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    Re: Drip edge

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDar View Post
    Attaching the plastic gutter extensions at both ends help reduce the black streaks, too.
    John, do your gutter extentions attach to the existing one or did you have to remove it and the caulking? I plan to avoid removing the existing small extention and all that caulking.

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    Re: Drip edge

    Quote Originally Posted by patrick1945 View Post
    John, do your gutter extentions attach to the existing one or did you have to remove it and the caulking? I plan to avoid removing the existing small extention and all that caulking.
    Patrick, I didn't remove anything. They just snapped on around the existing gutter ends. This was the model I used. Originally, I got them for the TT, but they didn't work, so I saved them. Found they would work on the BH.

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