SERRO SCOTTY CAMPER ENTHUSIASTS

ALUMINUM SIDING (SKINS)
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When you are looking for replacement skins for your Scotty, there
are a couple
of things you can do. Try posting to the site, there are people who
have campers that are not repairable and they sometimes part
them out.
One of the problems you have is shipping these skins without
damage, but it can be done. I have searched the internet trying to
find a source for skins, and
have found 2 that some of the members have used

One is           
all-rite aluminum
They are expensive but they can solve your problems

Another one is     
interstate metals
They seem a lot more reasonable in price
Their catalog link is
They have a lot of useful products: aluminum trim,seamless
roofing,
worth checking them out.
If you have any information you
would like to share with the group
please email me at
dturner26531@yahoo.com
I recently received the following email from Len
Daddona about how he makes aluminum siding
for campers from rolled stock,

Hi

I'm Len Daddona,  For the last 25 years I have
been working in the RV industry and am the
senior Tech at the  Camping World in
Bridgeport, NJ.  I also build and restore old
trailers. Having re-done several Scotty's,
Shasta's and other brands I have had to use a
fair amount of siding.

Having a few pieces shipped cross country is
almost enough to brake the bank.  So for the
past 3-4 years I have been making it. (BTW, I
don't sell siding).

I put together a tutorial for my friends at the
Shasta site and would like to share this info
with my Scotty friends as well.

In these shots I use an aluminum trim brake
and aluminum coil stock.  A person can rent a
brake for a day, and any Home Depot carries
the aluminum coil stock.

This is MUCH Cheaper (even with renting a
brake) than having siding shipped.

LEN SIDING INSTRUCTIONS

MORE FROM LEN

Happy Trails

Len
FROM LEN DADDONA