I looked around a bit when I had a U-haul
. I wanted to replace the windows
because the rubber seals were a pain, and I also -- like you -- wanted jalousies.
I called a number of the usual companies (Buccanneer, etc.) and they had them but they were pretty expensive. Then I called Scamp's parts department. They had the jalousie windows
for, if I remember correctly, about $135 each. There was a reasonable crating/shipping charge and two windows would fit together in one box/crate. I think it was going to be around $300 total for the pair.
The one caveat is that they come in Scamp's size. I don't know how the Burro
compares to the U-haul
, but for the U-haul
- as I remember it - the width was just right and the height was maybe 1/2" less. At the time I felt I could make it work one way or another. As it turned out, I sold
the U-haul so did not replace the windows.
If I remember correctly the non-Scamp windows were going to be quite a bit more expensive. Scamp
apparently buys in bulk and gets a good price, which they nicely pass along to us.
Note that Scamp's more common windows are sliders, but they do and will supply the jalousies - just make sure you are clear on that. They may call them "vent" style.
PS: If you go to this link you will see the windows in a Scamp
trailer; I believe they are an option when you buy a Scamp
(slightly more expensive than the sliders).
I have jalousie windows
in my Boler
(beside the dinette and over the stove and in the door) and I would not trade them for the world. I have left them open in some amazingly windy and torrential downpours and no rain has come in. Even if I am going to be away or the trailer is in storage I leave them "cracked" and it keeps the trailer ventilated nicely.