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trixxie 09-16-2012 11:45 AM

Please help identify
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What is this and what is a good supplier for replacement windows? Thanks and happy camping.

Donna D. 09-16-2012 11:56 AM

Hi Trixxie, welcome to FiberglassRV :yep

Sorry, your link or picture didn't come through so I don't know what you're talking about.

If you're looking at a Scamp, actually Scamp manufacturer is about the cheapest place to buy replacement windows... if they fit. Of course, there's always eBay and RV salvage yards....

trixxie 09-16-2012 03:05 PM

I tried photos again. Can you see them now?

Donna D. 09-16-2012 03:12 PM

:thumb I can Trixxie. Humm, there isn't a direct replacement for the square or rectangular jalousie windows. They aren't manufactured anymore. Your only choice is to find a trailer that's being refabbed and the owner is replacing the windows with something else (and keep an eye on Parts: Buy | Sell | Trade) ... or to buy the windows made now and do some fiberlglass work.

It looks like a Scamp.... maybe.

Frankly, I wouldn't buy a trailer like that unless I had the window "problem" figured out. YMMV

MsRubyLu-Kathy 09-20-2012 02:59 PM

I'm guessing it's not a lil bigfoot my vents and things aren't in the same position. Did you say how long it is? It looks like a 13 in the picture.

Carol H 09-20-2012 04:25 PM

Trixxe could you post a photo of the rear of the trailer & the tongue area? Getting a good look at the rear lights and bumper and coupler might help as to what it may or may not be... like Donna I am leaning towards a Scamp... what year do you think it is? From the little we can see this one appears to have the more square tail lights that the earlier Scamps had - would need to see the whole light to be sure.

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