repair list grows! after this weekend, i need multiple repairs ( and a double stiff drink) now: 3 new tires* i drive a truck, so 12" camper tires look like my red wagon's tires: i think 12" is too small for Texas roads & any off road camping (TRF) bed rails for front king. I really bent it up. Would an RV slider work? one old style stabilizer foot. broke that too. needs welding to replace. or serious bending of metal to straighten out . figure out right turn signal (remove and rewire back of camper?) * all possible test & repairs that you all have suggested have been done to fix light. its NOT the bulb, socket, or ground wire in the light fixture. all new parts. it lights, but will not blink. and ding dong sing along, it ALL worked on my trip in May, but not coming home – apparently. I have DONE all the possible REBUILING and rewiring on what i can access in the light fixture. pictures are here somewhere... we used the multimeter and all lines test good, no shorts. no obvious wire damage the run of the frame except for one mysterious add on to the GREEN WIRE (right turn signal line) going into the front of the cabin area. no idea. have not taken off that blue crimper to look. *possible modifications for the purpose of bigger better tires: axle end hub? change out 4 pin to 5 - better selection of tires and rims in 5 pin config flip leaf spring suspension over axle - higher ground clearance so i can add larger tires that wont meltdown in 95° heat and leave me dead on the side of the road again. my book shows both positions. not sure its within my by myself DIY skill set. I never got to take auto shop classes. fonting up on this job could kill me or someone else. whats this going to cost me? estimates? being female, we tend to get overcharged by mechanics. and i dont have any more time/tools or skills (or husband/boyfriend i would let) fix this. and I have a kitchen ceiling project in my house screaming for repairs and attention.