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1997 Bigfoot camper, 17, Private Seller

2 weeks ago Parts Wanted  Seattle, WA 80 Views 0 Watching
Title: 1997 Bigfoot camper, 17,
Country:United States
State or Province:WA
City: Seattle
Type of Sale:Private Seller
Listed:2 weeks ago
Location: Seattle, WA
Price : Make Offer

Have a 1997 17 Bigfoot trailer camper that I am rebuilding. In need of the following, prefer to find in the northwest area, but will travel depending on what is available. Thanks, Bill

Both passenger side windows

Front window above hitch area

Complete door, partial may work depending

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Public Discussion about this ad - 1997 Bigfoot camper, 17,



 
Posted by Francesca Knowles (2 weeks ago)

If there are supposed to be pictures in that ad, I don't see any. You can upload one here if you like, click on the picture icon above to do so.

Posted by ZachO (2 weeks ago)

I was thinking the same thing, but he's looking for parts, not selling his trailer.

I'm not going to search...but there's a thread buried here somewhere talking about door replacements, where someone (trainjunky maybe?) replaced their Bigfoot door. I don't think you'll have too much luck finding a used door in great condition. There are brand new doors that are exact matches for ours. I think the doors on our trailers are actually one of the industry-standard generic trailer doors. Unlike the egg-shape trailers, ours can take a more standard door design.

Posted by Guiser (2 weeks ago)

Thanks Zach

Correct, looking for parts to repair/ update, I can probably get the items from the manufacturer, just thought I would check used or salvage market first. Thanks for the reply, will check the threads for entry doors! Billi

Posted by Francesca Knowles (2 weeks ago)

Quoted text:
I was thinking the same thing, but he's looking for parts, not selling his trailer.


I knew that, just thought a pic would be helpful to anyone who might then be able to make another useful suggestion. Absent that, my shootin-in-the-dark suggestion per the windows is unless the frames themselves are damaged beyond repair (or just plain missing) replacing the glass and perhaps the butyl seals might work.

Posted by Steve Hammel (2 weeks ago)

Quoted text:
Correct, looking for parts to repair/ update, I can probably get the items from the manufacturer, just thought I would check used or salvage market first. Thanks for the reply, will check the threads for entry doors! Billi


The problem with finding parts from an exact trailer is that they have to be worse than destroyed before someone will attempt to rebuild it. If you have the windows you might consider rebuilding them and having the glass replaced if broken. The door on the other hand is a stock part that is readily available.

Posted by ZachO (2 weeks ago)

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I knew that, just thought a pic would be helpful to anyone who might then be able to make another useful suggestion.
Gotcha. Guiser there's not a huge used market for these, and anyone "parting out" their trailer is going to have a trailer in rough shape. I agree it's worth trying though, especially for windows.

Posted by Francesca Knowles (2 weeks ago)

BTW, there's an RV graveyard with what looks like a real treasure trove near Shelton Wa- dunno where in Washington you are but it would be worth a look if it's not too far away.

Posted by bobblangley (2 weeks ago)

https://www.motionwindows.com/

I think these folks can make you any window you want.

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