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Blaze

Camper Parts/Graveyard?

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Trying to get some camper/fishhouse fixups done while temps are still above freezing and need some basic camper parts like a new door, etc. Anyone know of a camper graveyard around the west metro? I've heard rumors of one around Ham Lake and another on I90 in southern MN. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Blaze

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Blaze, I've also heard of one to the south of you. Down around Canterberry park (In the neighborhood of Twin City Outboard).I hope someone can give you some better directions. Phred52

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Google "Jakes rv parts and salvage" for the one on I-90 in Fairmont. I need to get over there myself sometime. Good luck

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I was at Jake's last week, they have a lot of stuff, very interesting place and well worth the trip.

I am going to Winnebago outlet store today and see what they have.

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