Originally Posted by rentonito
Donna I'm sure your advice is well intentioned, however you seem to miss the point on this issue. What we have here is a manufacturer touting a 6' 3" interior headroom when in actuality it is only 6'. Manufacturers have responsibility to provide accurate information especially on a website. Respectfully, if you don't understand that then there is no way for you to understand my position or perceptions on future use of the trailer.
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I respectfully suggest you have missed Donna's point. Regardless of what the manufactures specs are stated to be the height is what it is. It can't be changed regardless of what ever reason the manufacture states for the difference or the reason for it. If you want it to/must have more height in order to be happy, then the only option is to change trailers. Pretty simple. If you purchased the trailer new directly from Scamp
then return the trailer and have them replace the trailer with a new one with the specs you believed you were buying if they can or refund your purchase... if it was purchased second hand then its buyer beware as always.
You have indicated you purchased it online - directly from Scamp
? or second hand? If second hand it may help if you were to post a few photos of it - front, rear and side views or as others have suggested post the VIN
number on it. There have been many people here who have purchased Scamps second hand believing them to be such and such a year model but the VIN
and photos have revelled them to be older than what the purchaser believed them to be..... in one case I recall not so long ago one of the trailers was at least 15 years older than the purchaser believed. In that case one of the VIN
numbers had been incorrectly transcribed on the previous owners title
papers - so when the purchaser called Scamp
to confirm what year the trailer was built they were told it was the year the seller indicated. Wasn't the sellers fault as they had believed it was the year they sold it at all along as that is what the paper work read when they purchased it. But the photos made it clear the trailer was older than what the paper work suggested.. Thats the thing about Scamps they haven't changed a lot over the years but there are one or two small changes that by posting a photo people very familiar with Scamps may be able to see.