[quote]My 16' Casita SD is not new but a 1994 and the previous owner may have changed it with newer stuff from casita (not sure)but it works very good and is not glued on at all but just slid into the door edge.... I even pulled it away on the outside and the inside to give you a better look. when looking at it from the inside picture do not be fooled by the white cover in the background as i always keep it covered and may confuse you.
Outside pulled away for reference
Edge of door (outside and inside view ... white background is cover on trailer)
Inside.... door open looking out (white background is cover on trailer)
Inside.... door open looking out and pulled away for reference and the glue on the rug may be from previous edging (white background is cover on trailer)
Thanks , we who own Scamps are constantly seeking an improvement to the stock gasket. What you have is the equivalent of a traditional automotive trunk gasket. It is a nice solution.
I used an "Omega" shaped closed cell material with great success but I am about to switch to a "D" shaped closed cell material which is more attractive, and hopefully as effective. I have seen a Scamp
or two with a similar gasket to yours , but it appears that your door is designed to better accomodate that approach , whereas I think the Scamp
is better suited to the gasket glued to the Jamb. Score one for Casita! And thanks again. I assume your door is leak proof?