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Old 04-10-2017, 08:36 PM   #1
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Repairing Rockwood Premier 2302

I purchased a 2007 Rockwood Premier last year and I'm starting to work on the fixes that need to be done. I'm curious as to where you guys are getting your parts from and the like. Please let me know of any helpful websites you have found/used. I'll put the list of repairs that I know I'm going to be working on at some point and if you could let me know anything you know about them or any tips or tricks you had to fix them. Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated.

1. Corner guards on the roof. There is one for sure that needs to be replaced and possibly another.

2. The winch to raise and lower the camper was broken when we purchased it (the powered aspect of it that is). We can still raise and lower it via a power drill into the port, but I would like to look into replacing it one that works.

3. The siding on the driver's side/back of the camper is coming up and there is damage to the wood underneath. The previous owner left a door cracked in the front bin and then drove into a rain storm and there is some water damage to the boards underneath. Do you know where to go about getting the siding or if I need to replace it our just take it off and repair the wood and then replace it?

4. The battery was stolen from it before I bought it. I don't know what battery to look for. Is there a standard battery to look for or is there a specific one to look for for this model?

That is the first main concerns I have that come to mind. Again thank you so much ahead of time for you help.
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Old 04-10-2017, 09:31 PM   #2
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As far as a battery, will you always have hookups or will you be dry camping or boondocking?

For camping with hookups, any group 24 marine battery will be fine.
If you'll be camping without hookups, look at getting a dual battery setup.
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