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Replacement Canvas for a Pop Up Camper

The canvas walls on a pop up camper can be damaged or wear out and need to be replaced. You may need to shop around to find a good price. This is a guide about replacement canvas for a pop up camper.


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April 16, 2010

We have a 1993 Starcraft pop up camper and we do not have the canvas that goes around the entire camper, "the walls". I am having a lot of problems finding a place that sells them for under $2,000.00. Does anyone have any ideas? I don't care where in the US it is. Thanks.

By Jess from Richmond, VA


April 19, 20162 found this helpful
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I bought an old 88 palomino needs new canvas. I too called all the companies that specialize in this. But I am not willing to spend 1150. For a new one. I went to found outdoor fabric 107.00. Found a lady whose been sewing a billion years she's making me a new canvas for 300.

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August 19, 2018

We are looking to purchase a 1979 Bonair Lextra as a fixer upper. One of the end pop outs needs the canvas/zipper replaced. I have no problems replacing the entire piece, but are these canvases universal? The lead I have to buy one (or both), they don't know the make/model, but have dimensions.


Also, as a side question, is it easy to replace the lifting cable (which the seller of the trailer has)?


August 20, 20180 found this helpful is a wonderful resource for fixing these kind of trailers

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August 21, 20180 found this helpful

in my experience the canvases and different pieces on these objects are NEVER universal but always defined by the brand/manufacturer. So saying I'm sure a lot of folks out there put the components for sale on ebay or whatnot

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August 31, 20180 found this helpful

Have you considered checking around to various salvage yards to find an original piece or an original replacement piece? There is always a chance of finding one, even as old as it would be, in usable condition! My dad always did diy car repairs with junk yard finds, so I am channeling him with my thought.


Good luck with your quest!!

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