Thank you Mary Watson, Booker B. and Ken C.
Mary, where did you get the exterior belly band black moulding strip?
The framing for the rock guard is so thin that it would appear to really limit repair options.
Booker, I went to the links' sites, but the light
lenses did not match in shape and size to the ones on the trailer. Do you have any other ideas on where to get the matching parts?
Ken, thanks for the link to the refurbished trailer. This one doesn't require anything that extensive, but I am concerned that little parts will add up.
For instance, if I can not find matching replacement lenses, I would have to replace all of them, even the good ones, so all would match. Also, I saw on one site that a Bargman retro lense (not the same as these) was something like thirty dollars. Of course new replacements would mean fiberglass patch work and new holes. The rear lenses are huge; Anything smaller will reveal marks and discoloration (I'm assuming).
Or, if I can not get the broken rear stabilizer jack fixed, I would probably have to replace both, again so they would match. I have not seen a replacement that looks like the same as those on the trailer.
I did see on one of the links that the interior T-moulding would no longer be available. Too bad. The moulding around the area where the table mounts to the wall has seen appreciable shrinkage of the moulding and someone has even put some kind of apoxy at one of the corners attempting to keep the moulding strips in place.
Any further suggestions as to parts and costs would be appreciated.
I am reserving modification as a last and for now, undesireable option.