It may be hard work, but it is all fun when there is Scamp
camping ahead. Keep smiling it will be an accomplishment.
We did have to replace the axel. Thought we might as well take the opportunity to see the country and drove it back to Minnisota. Only problem was that while they we were working on the trailer we went exploring and I crushed my shoulder and got to see a couple of hospitals and use some really wonderful pain numbing drugs. Well, that put me out of the business of working on the Scamp for about two years. The Scamp is usable, but not where I want it to be. Well, I have nothing but time.
Do check the works inside your hitch. I was towing along last year and hit a bump causing the worn, original works to break inside the hitch. It popped off the ball and swung on the chains until the ball came to rest piercing the fiberglass. There is some fiberglass work ahead of me.
I had the works inside the hitch replaced as well as the cranking jack, which scraped the handle off in the hitch fiasco. It is all an adventure!