Most of the appliances in RVs, including Bigfoots, are standardized to some degree. I did a mechanical restoration on a 1989 Bigfoot
and found plenty of new components that fit the original locations. Take measurements (such as the size of the range in L x W x H) and go find one that you like that fits that footprint and it will likely fit just fine. Same with the fridge
, water heater, range hood, sink, faucet, toilet, etc. All these items conform to standard sizes.
The counter top will have to be custom made. Whatever material you use, the weight
should be considered. I'm not familiar with the interior layout of the 13-footers, but most 17-foot early Bigfoots sit lower on the left side as is. Adding more weight
there could make this condition worse. Just be mindful of the weight
when selecting the material.
There are lots of posts in this forum about resealing windows
. It's not uncommon to have to do this on older trailers, and on the Bigfoot it is a fairly simple process.
As far as the tail light
covers, if you have the original Miro-Flex tail lights
, I have a pair of lenses for sale
in this post: Miro-Flex replacement tail light lens set
Hope this helps.