Originally Posted by NancyS
I'd heard that one of the people who owned the Scamp company split off on his own and manufactured the Acorns for only a few years. My little Acorn appears to be identical to the Scamp of that vintage and size. (Except mine is cuter) Tee Hee !
Well it looks darn near identical to my scamp, right down to the pattern on the cushions. Different version of windows
. Those crank up windows
are nice for a little air flow during a rain.
Ok it does have a major cute factor (but don't they all?) I do have to comment that Mine
has the cute three tree scamp decals. And everyone knows
those are a cuteness value multiplier.
In addition to harsh ride from worn torsion rubbers in axle, sitting that low makes it easy to scrape the front or rear of the camper. Even a steep driveway ramp at a gas station or backing up an incline into a site needs to be monitored carefully until that axle is replaced.
Mine is not much better but for local camping at the mostly level state parks I find that I can use camper until I get the axle replaced.
Consider getting the bolt on bracket kit when you replace the axle, I think it is about $50 extra. Instead of welding axle to trailer they weld brackets so future axle replacement is a bolt on job, not a welding job.