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Old 09-19-2016, 04:24 PM   #1
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Interior door replacement

Well, our third camper (youd think we would have learned by now) a 2016 jayco eagle 339flqs. We were pulling the slides in with the nifty new technology (remote), I was on top sweeping slides, and wife was outside with me. Anyways, smashed the door leading from bathroom to bedroom, trying to figure out best place to purchase a new one that matches And fits well. And am trying to avoid the dealer because their service is terrible (we new this before we purchased, but they were the only ones who carried jayco around). Any suggestions?

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Old 09-19-2016, 05:00 PM   #2
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Can't you order a replacement door from your dealer's parts department and install it yourself?
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I'm sure, I was just seeing if y'all knew of a better source

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Old 09-19-2016, 06:44 PM   #4
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It's just a interior hollow door very similar to those used in interior homes. Most home stores would have one comparable. You would have to adjust it to fit, stain and hang it. Minor carpentry skills will be needed to add the trim if it has it and adjust the lock.

That would be my first choice.
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I had to order a wood replacement part this summer for our dinette. Ordered through the dealer parts dept. It was far less expensive than anticipated came quickly from Jayco and matched perfectly. I put it on myself.
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I'm pretty much with norty. I'd just make my own, or modify a store bought, provided you are skilled to do so. I have debated making new doors for mine just because, but I'm waiting for them to get a little more abuse before doing so. Very simple to make one. 1"+/- framing and 1/4" birch or maple plywood on each side, and you'd have way better than what was in there to start with. Very easy to make a door. Can even add your own custom touches then.
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Definitely capable, and had also thought of replacing the bedroom door with a nicer one, and just moving it

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Man I'd say go for it. BTW, love the truck mods. Miss my '07 regardless of how many talk trash about the 6.0.
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