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Old 06-04-2015, 09:11 AM   #1
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Burro Window Moldings and Beads

So I'm starting the process of rehabbing the windows in my '79 Burro. Poked around the forums and got some answers but (unless my searching skills aren't up to snuff) there seems to be some trims and moldings that are a mystery.

The front and back windows (not pictured). This is a push-in type, right? Does anyone know the correct molding? Is it this from Scamp? https://www.scamptrailers.com/parts-...ft-detail.html

The glazing bead seems to be the biggest head scratcher (Previous try: Burro Window Seal) In the attached pictures, this is #4. I went ahead and ordered a sample pack from the following link: Pelland Enterprises Motor Home Products - Pelland Enterprises . It includes H009-344, H009-643, H009-842, KRV08523, and KRV08524 type glazing beads. It seems like shipping may take a while so I will let you know how it goes when I get it.

The gasket that rubs on the sliding window (#2) looks like it's pretty straightforward. Anyone know which it is before I take the windows apart?

The interior trim is a mystery (#3). Probably will need to disassemble the window to figure this one out.

That's it for the windows I think. It seems I may need some polyurethane window sealant in the process as well.

The door molding (#1) seems pretty straight forward. I may order from Scamp or check my local camping world. I hope they also have the edge molding for around cabinet openings as well.
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Old 06-04-2015, 11:50 AM   #2
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I have found the mcmaster-carr is a pretty good online resource for lots of moldings and trim pieces.
also have industrial 2 sided tapes for adhering things to inside of trailer. Belly band trim molding and edge trim types.
Good luck,
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Old 06-12-2015, 07:55 PM   #3
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I received the samples from Pelland today and have added some pictures. This should allow me to physically try the ones that look close on the camper and report back.

Let me know if you want more detailed photos or measurements of any of these.Click image for larger version

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Old 06-12-2015, 08:44 PM   #4
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I received the samples from Pelland today and have added some pictures. This should allow me to physically try the ones that look close on the camper and report back.

Let me know if you want more detailed photos or measurements of any of these.Attachment 85203Attachment 85204


'79 Burro, Rochester NY


In one of my windows there is a piece in between the windows where they close at the back and you can see outside around the top and the bottom. Don't know what that piece is called. I asked on a site but no one ever answered my question. I posted a pic of it. Anyway it's some type of rubber seal but not sure what it's called OR how one would go about putting a new one in there. We are going to take the windows out to re-seal everything so I guess I will find out then if I can get one of the windows out to replace that seal.
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Did you ever fix your windows. I have 2 on my 84 that are leaking like sieves!
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