There ain't no stainless screws in most trailers.
Plaited, yes but stainless-- no.
There is a round head allen screw in the end of my awning.
I'm pretty sure it must be removed if any type repair was to be made
on the spring or release mechanism. It's rusted so bad I doubt I could
get it out if I had to.
That screw might cost an extra 10¢ if it were stainless.
It's put there by the awning manufacturer.
It gripes me every time I see it!
Don't let a couple rusty screws spoil your enjoyment of your new trailer!
I've had 4 over the years. Every one had a rusty screw or two somewhere.
Your best bet is to get an assortment of plated or stainless (if you can find them)
screws and keep them handy. That way every few months or once a year
or so you can replace the one's that are bugging you.
And believe me if all you've got to complain about is a couple rusty screws, you
should be a happy camper!!!