Originally Posted by CampyTime
Today lady at Hehr is supposed to be getting back to me. I'll post if I hear anything.
Carol the holes you mention drilling...this would be in lower frame of the window itself correct? As in the window that cranks out?
I sadly do not have the trailer any longer to take a photo for you but I actually drilled through the lower frame that was attached to the trailer.
I know another party (Ron in BC) did the same and I found their post on it.
Scamp Front Bathroom Mod
In his post he has two photos - the lower photo is of the frame off the trailer side and he has placed a punch tool in the hole he drilled to show were he did it. That is how/where I did it as well. The photo refreshed my memory that I actually did need to go through 2 pieces of metal on the lower track to get the correct drainage.
Looking at your window Wendy its not clear to me if the frame on your trailer is the same as the one Ron and myself had though. Would think it would be somewhat similar though. As a note Ron's Scamp
was a much newer model than mine was as well.
But as Donna says if drilling a hole is a concern than a stick on gutter above the window is a simpler fix.
But I would still pull the window out and reseal it to the trailer. As mentioned earlier when I pulled the one out of mine it was clear the factory had used very little between the frame and the window and I could see where some water had gotten between the trailers outside wall and the inside shower wall finish in the trailer. Not enough to damage the floor in the bathroom but had I left it it would have with time.