Originally Posted by eden
OK I figured it out. pics too large and they all needed to be resized. Used Microsoft Power toys for free.
Here they are.
Thanks for the input,
Looks like you bought a good deal, if the inside looks as good as the outside.
The axles are OK.
I would suggest that you check the rear end for "separation." From the photo's it looks like it may have started.
The left rear banana wrap is damaged. The originals were metal. The replacements are plastic, and must be painted.
The only major problem that I could detect, is the entrance door.
It's warped and should be corrected, post haste, since it will allow the simplest of rain to enter, which will cause the floor to rot at the entrance door.
It is also wise to check all the exterior gaskets. They should all be soft and pliable. Also check the sewer vent pipe gaskets. You will need to remove one of the covers to do that. They are held in place with 4 sheet metal screws. Since they last 5 years or so, you should, unless they have been replacee, find them cracked, which allows rain water to get within the walls and on to the floor, again cause rot problems and sometimes even mold.
Installing a "rock guard" over the front windows will not only make the trailer look better, but it will also protect the front windows from rock damage when traveling.