Bathroom Door Tracking Out Of Alignment
I picked up my 79-31' International yesterday after having work done at the local RV service center and after towing it home found the sliding bathroom door had jumped off the tracking along the front (far right when facing) bracket. I guess that I have a few questions:
1. Will I have to disassemble the aluminum extrusion in order to get to the plastic slide that the door attaches to or can I just reattach the door to the plastic slide without having to take everything apart? If the plastic slide is ruined, is this a part that is still available?
2. There is a full length mirror that runs the length of the door and which adds a considerable amount of weight to the door. Is this something that came standard or did the PO add it.? I would like to remove it because I don't need it but I was just curious whether this was added or was a standard feature of this era of trailer.
3. Would it be possible to easily retrofit an accordian style door for the bathroom (the trailer has them to separate the bedroom and kitchen/living room areas) which wouldn't be prone to coming off track as readily.