My previous RV was a Forest River travel trailer that had a legitimate gutter system with end spouts. That system protected the sides of the RV from drip marks.
My Vegas, with a more streamlined design, isnít set-up for a typical gutter system.
So I ordered on Amazon: Trim-Lock Drip Rail
The product comes in 25í rolls with self-stick foam tape attached.
I cleaned off the location where the line runs, and then lightly sanded for best adherence.
Once in place, the water is guided to either end of the roof rather than down the side of the RV.
I ordered enough for both sides of the Vegas.
Iím very satisfied
Here are photos of the final install.
One of the reviews on Amazon says it canít be used on a rubber roof. Yours is membrane as well? Did you clean with alcohol prior?
I used these on my coach as well but had to buy the 50 ft rolls to avoid seams. I find that I still need to ďlevelĒ with one end of the coach low or the rain/condensate goes over the side instead of to the end.