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Old 04-27-2010, 06:22 PM   #1
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Bunk end canvas replacement

has anyone replaced the canvas on their bunk ends?
I started with a PU and the canvas was so old and rotten that I replaced the entire unit with new canvas. Now that I have a TT I would like to replace one of the bunk ends because of some mold and stains. I have a 23ft Shamrock from Forrest River. any idea on where to get a replacement bunk end canvas?
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Old 05-28-2010, 02:56 PM   #2
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you need to post this question in the Expandable Section, here at FRF.

where you posted it, most hybrid owners won't even see it.

need to know what year and model Shamrock you have. also, the Shamrock is a sister of the Rockwood Roo, unless it's an old model before the two were built at the same factory.

i do know that people have purchased canvas ends but you need to contact FR parts dept.

you can clean a lot of the stains and mold, with the right products.
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Old 05-28-2010, 06:12 PM   #3
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you need to post this question in the Expandable Section, here at FRF.

where you posted it, most hybrid owners won't even see it..
Sorry, I can not find a "expandable" section. I posted it in Dollars & Cents
because the section was intended for
RV economics, purchase questions, trailer values, and insurance issues. and I had a purchase question.

I have tried the "right" cleaning products and they have not worked. a secondary problem is that the canvas is "wicking" moisture onto the bedding.
causing the sheets, blankets, pillows and even the mattress to become wet when it rains. this is not condensation, its wicking. anything that touches the canvas during a rain will become wet. I will look up the model and year and call FR

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if you scroll down, past motorhome, 5th wheels/TTs, ultra-lights and toyhaulers, the next section is Expandables. there's a general Expandable part and then there are specific brands. Shamrock has its own section. but you can also post on the Roo section, since it's more active and they should be the same.
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