I finally got around to ordering and installing a new door gasket from Scamp. It went on just fine; the hardest part was getting the old goo out of the recess for the door. In a previous attempt, I had ordered a slightly different gasket from somewhere that went over the edge of the door. That didn't work so well, so this was my second attempt.
In looking closely at the door, notice that the door curve is not quite the same as the side of the Scamp.
There is enough of a gap at the top of the door to get a couple fingers through, and I see daylight at the bottom corners. If it weren't for the aluminum eyebrow, water would run down the inside of the door. I imagine a toe kick will help the bottom corners a bit, which is my next project. But that won't help the top of the door, which is rather extereme.
Is there a way to adjust the hinges or the door to make it bow just a bit more to fit into the opening?