Posted 2023-01-15 6:42 PM (#185498 - in reply to #185496) Subject: RE: Silverstar trailers
Location: North Carolina
Welcome to the forum... Trailers are not complex machines. The only problem you'll have is replacing damaged unique parts like windows, doors, some hardware. If you don't insist on exact replacements, you'll not have issues. Brakes, wheels, lights are standard parts and replacements readily available.
Posted 2023-01-27 10:41 AM (#185508 - in reply to #185496) Subject: RE: Silverstar trailers
What Hoss said. Other than proprietory extrusions like running boards and side slats, most everything else is still as available as it ever was, no matter if the mfg is still around or not. And actually, my friend couldn't get running board material last month for a 20 year old trailer, from a mfg that is still around even. So might not matter if they are around.
Posted 2023-10-26 12:52 AM (#185644 - in reply to #185496) Subject: RE: Silverstar trailers
I don't know if I am doing this correctly or not, but I just got a 1998 3h gooseneck Silver Star. Many years ago I had a 1996 and put many miles on it.
It was a great little trailer. I've been told you can get many parts from Sundowner of Tx.