Originally Posted by mysery1
I had the same problem on my Forest River popup. I found that if I lowered my roof a little bit it reduced the gap and made attaching the canvas to the door easier. I'm talking about 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
I don't think they're talking about the gap between the top of the door and the bottom of the roof.
I believe they're meaning the the camper body side walls, where there is a gap between the bottom side of the door and the camper body sidewall.
Seems this has happened on other campers as some have had pictures.
Maybe this is caused by people using the stabilizers to level the camper and twisting the frame and damaging it. Even if the owner didn't, maybe someone else did as a service tech or someone who borrowed the camper.
Maybe a frame shop could look at it and see what could be done.
2019 Ford F150
Race Red XLT Sport, CC, 4WD, 145" WB, 3.5L Ecoboost, 10 speed, 3.55 Locking Axle, 1830# Payload, 12,700# Tow Rating, pulling a 2020 Rockwood Premier 2716G Pop Up
, with a 14' box. Go through Indiana Dunes NP
every week! Previously had 2012 Jayco Jay Flight 26BH
and 2008 Jayco Jay Flight 19BH
Travel Trailers. Also previously had 2007 Starcraft 2406 Pop Up with 12' box
and bathroom, Previously had 2005 Rockwood 2290 Pop Up with 12' box
and porta potty cabinet. Trucks and Trailers.