parts and service in Las Vegas

Discussion in 'RV Dealers & Repair Shops' started by laurasands, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. laurasands

    laurasands New Member

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    Any suggestions on a parts place for a Rockwood pup? Our extra cargo door "mysteriously" disappeared (hinges and all) from our trailer while being stored outside at a friend's home and now I need to find the door.

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  2. turborich

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    We can't get any brand specific parts like you need, however if you need bearings, seals, hubs, axles or appliance parts then stop by Vegas Trailer Supply on Fremont st.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I've stopped in to check out your store. Now I am wondering if you carry RV Proflex? There are a few leaks on the roof that need sealing and from reading the posts looks like this is what is recommended.

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    Did you happen to find your door yet? I just ran across this post. I know that Sahara RV just off the 15 sells Rockwood trailers.
    From what I gathered here, they're the only ones in town that deal pups.
     
  5. Vegas_PUPpers

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    Resurrecting a dormant Las Vegas thread. I think it's the only one. Apologies if I missed a newer one.

    I took my pup to a friend who writes service for National Indoor RV up by Amazon on Lamb. He gave me a good breakdown and declined to let me go forward with their $175 hourly shop fee. He pointed me to Trailer Tech, who only does parts, and they pointed me to Maverick Trailer for service. They're just east of Lamb and Carey.

    Butch at Maverick seems like a straight shooter. I will update throughout the process. I'm having brakes & bearings re-done, and maybe having wiring reset to OEM (lots of pos-neg shenanigans from PO).
     
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    I know this post is old! But I’m looking for someone who can fix my canvas. I can’t seem to find any shop in town that touches pop ups! Any suggestions???
     
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    WrkrBee Well-Known Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Welcome to the Portal from South Carolina. It would help to know the make and model of your camper. Add it to your signature, so it is displayed with each post. Is there a shop close that does boat seats and boat covers? I use a product called Shoe Goo, clear or black, to repair my camper covers, to get another year or so out of them. It may work on your canvas, also.
     
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    I have a 1998 flagstaff 176ed... I can’t seem to find any shops in Las Vegas that repair pop ups. It’s vinyl tho, not canvas. I really don’t want to buy a whole new canvas so I’m hoping to find a shop that repairs them. I am willing to fix it myself but I’m clueless when it comes to this! I don’t wanna make it worse!
    Thanks!
     
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  10. Vegas_PUPpers

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    Today I noticed an upholstery shop on Aldebaran, just south of the DI eastbound "off-ramp" that connects to where Rancho goes under DI. I didn't grab the name and they don't show up on Google Maps, but they seemed to be open and operating.
     

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