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Old 01-20-2016, 03:05 PM   #1
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Replacing basement doors

After talking with Thor and the actual machine shop, I find that I can only order new doors from an authorized Thor dealer - where everyone adds their mark-up and I'll do that if I have to. I plan to see if a local body shop can just repair them but another option seems to be from an RV Junkyard - for lack of a better name. Any suggestions on where these places might be or other options I might have. Thanks in advance.

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Old 01-20-2016, 03:50 PM   #2
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I replaced a couple of badly wrinkled doors on my Winnebago Journey with salvaged doors from colawrvsalvage.com in Carthage MO.
Nice people to deal with. Doors for my '04 Journey were used for several years and because of it's age the chances of finding a wreck were of course better than finding one your MH's age.

There is also visonerv.com in KY. They have a large number of coaches on their website being parted out.

The aluminum skinned doors on my Journey were deemed irrepairable by my body shop.
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