Our Little Aliner Camper

Welcome to my blog and to our Aliner camping adventures!

We’ve had the little Aliner for 3-1/2 years and have done a lot of camping in it, so I thought I’d introduce you to the little trailer itself before I continue recording our travels in it.

It didn’t start off well.  We had a lot of problems that mostly appeared after the one year warranty expired.  But after I had a bent frame fixed and reinforced, gutted everything but the kitchen and repaired the floor, replaced the leaking water heater and remodeled, we have been very happy with it.

Also the Aliner’s windows and skylights — and 8′ ceiling — give a wide open, spacious feel to the tiny 12′ cabin. That feeling of spaciousness is priceless to me.

So the little Aliner is probably our forever camper.  Here are some photos of what it looks like, except that we’ve added two 6-volt batteries to the front storage bin since these pictures were taken.

Click the photos to enlarge them.

Aliner trailer folded for travel

Aliner folded for travel

Aliner trailer popped up

Aliner popped up for camping

Aliner kitchen

Aliner kitchen

Front of Aliner showing kitchen and bathroom

Front of Aliner showing kitchen and bathroom. The aisle is larger than it appears in this photo.

Aliner bathroom

Aliner bathroom with cassette toilet and shower

Aliner twin bed modification

My Aliner twin bed mod with lots of open, easily accessible underbed storage

Aliner floorplan modifications

My remodeled Aliner floorplan

Hope you enjoyed the tour!


  1. Rob

     /  October 16, 2010

    Wonderful layout. What model was it. Did you add a gray water tank? How long are the beds. I wonder how hard it would be to make a giant bed instead of two twin beds? How much does it weigh? Thanks.


  2. Thanks, Rob.

    It is a 2007 Aliner LXE. I haven’t yet added a gray tank. It’s still on my “someday” list.

    The beds are 76″ long. That’s plenty of room because we are short. Aliner used to offer a similar layout, only their twin beds were only 24″ wide. It was set up so you could use it as twin beds or a king size bed. So it would be very easy to add a center section and make a king size bed.

    Campers always weigh a lot more than the manufacturer states. I vaguely remember that the factory specs were 135 lbs. tongue weight. I am guessing that the unit itself weighed around 1700 lbs dry.

    I haven’t weighed ours, but I do know that it is a lot heavier than that. Especially the tongue weight. Our dual 6v batteries weigh 130 lbs plus two full propane tanks, along with weight from the refrigerator and kitchen being packed and loaded.

    Wish I could be more specific, but since weight isn’t a real issue with our tow vehicle, I never gave it a lot of consideration.


  3. Kimberly

     /  November 19, 2010

    I have a 2009 Aliner Classic that for the most part I love it. My biggest complaint has been dealing with the Warranty Department at Aliner. Here is where THEY have us. We do not live near a ALINER dealer so if we have any Warranty work done, Aliner will only pay so much towards it. I have had TWO (not ONE BUT TWO) Converters go out. The first one, Aliner DID cover the cost. The SECOND one (MAJOR INCONVENIENCE to us) which the RV place had to make a bigger hole to accomodate the bigger converter cost us 2 hours labor. ALINER Warranty Departpartment is only going to reimburse me for ONE hour. So I am out $90.00 plus tax to the RV service dept for their extra work. I have pleaded my case to the Warranty Department but NO GO. Anyone who is considering buying a NEW Aliner please consider where you buy it and how far you live from the Dealer if you happen to need work done on it.


  4. Michele Earnhart

     /  November 28, 2010

    I just bought aliner and was wondering where your hot water heater was leaking? I sure would not want to have the same problem. I like your blog. Thanks for sharing.


    • Michele, our water heater leaked from the body of the tank and around the installation area. I have not heard of this happening to any other Aliner owner, so I think ours was a very unusual occurrence.

      I would not worry about yours having the same problems. But it never hurts to check the area now and then just to be safe. 🙂


      • Michele Earnhart

         /  November 29, 2010

        I thought that I was reading some of the other blogs and they had water damage also. My camper is new so I should be okay for a while. I was thinking of installing a pan under the hotwater heater and have it drain outside just incase.


  5. Michele, I had thought of putting a pan with a drain under our hot water heater, too. But when I took the old one out, I discovered it sits flat on the floor, including where it goes to the outside of the trailer, and there is no place for a pan with a lip to fit.

    I also thought of using something like a pond liner under it, but never figured out how to get it to work right. I am sure I could have come up with something that would work with a little more effort. Instead I just crossed my fingers that the new one wouldn’t leak. 🙂


  6. Cynthia

     /  January 8, 2011

    My husband and I are thinking about buying the 2011 Classic Aliner. Any comments or suggestions would be welcome. Thank you!


    • Cynthia, the very most important advice that I can give you is to buy your Aliner from a reputable dealer with a great reputation for service. They will fix any problems that arise, and hopefully your buying an Aliner will be a happy experience.

      Danny’s Campers has a fantastic reputation for customer service. That’s the only name I know right off.

      A poor dealer who refuses to work with you on service issues can make buying any RV a nightmare.

      Good luck! 🙂



      • Claire Botkin

         /  June 25, 2011

        We purchased our 2010 Aliner second-hand, and fortunately went to Danny’s Campers to have it checked out right afterwards. Good thing we did — there was a recall on the wheel assembly which they arranged to have the manufacturer cover at no charge to us (the second owner). They also put in an air conditioner and checked everything else out. Although it’s a drive of maybe 1800 miles each way, we’d be tempted to go back to Danny’s in a couple of years for a check-up. We have great faith in them, to be sure! I’m tempted to add a small TV for my husband’s birthday gift, any suggestions?


  7. Tony

     /  April 11, 2011

    Just bought a 2005 Aliner LXE Expedition with the same features and (original) floorplan you have. We like sleeping close, so will use the “put the table on the rails and make a large bed” plan. Was surfing looking for gray water solutions when I found your blog. Haven’t even been in the unit, yet. Driving to Phoenix from Oregon to pick it up at the end of the month. How do you deal with the lack of a gray water tank?


    • Tony, we use a very low tech approach. We have two 6 gallon water jugs that we bought at Walmart. We use one for the shower drain and one for the sink drain.

      It works great in campgrounds and when we are where we can dispose of the gray water properly. We have run into a few situations where we wish we had a self contained unit.

      I do know that some people have added gray water tanks to their Aliners. I’m too technically challenged to attempt it. 🙂


      • Claire Botkin

         /  June 25, 2011

        I travelled home on my own recently and woke up to a dead mouse in the open pail I was using for waste water…yuck! think I’ll try the water jug instead, thanks.


  8. Claire, so glad to hear that Danny took care of you. He has an awesome reputation for excellent customer care.

    The jugs work nicely. I have thought of putting a gray water tank in, but the jugs are such a simple, workable solution that I’ve decided to just stay with them.


  9. Jane

     /  July 28, 2011

    I know this is an old thread, but tiny camper if you’re still out there: Is the bathroom a mod that you did, or is it the original bathroom? I’m trying to find something under 2000# that has a bathroom. Thanks!


    • Jane, the trailer originally came with the bathroom. I don’t think the new models offer a combination shower and toilet — just the toilet only.

      Good luck in finding the trailer that’s right for you! 🙂


  10. Jane

     /  July 30, 2011

    Thanks! I was thinking about the rpod, but I like the way the aliner folds down for travel, plus comes in lighter weights so that I don’t have to change my TV.
    Love your blogs! I can’t wait to find the right trailer and get out there!
    Happy Camping to you!


  11. Ewan Reid

     /  August 19, 2011

    I had to replace the back section of floor in my trailer, it was chipboard and just fell apart. I replaced it with 5/8 plywood and hope that it holds up better than the original floor. Does anyone know anything about awnings and where I can get one.


    • Jane

       /  September 17, 2011

      Ewan, you can go on the Aliner’s Owner’s Website and see different ideas on awnings. Also, just curious, what year is your aliner?


      • Jane

         /  September 17, 2011

        Oh, sorry, never mind, I see below that you told the year of your Aliner.


  12. Ewan, I’ve seen photos of awnings that people have made for their Aliners, but don’t know of anyone who manufactures them.

    Try doing a search for “aliner awning.” Several photos and discussion forum threads will appear, which should give you some ideas anyway.


  13. Ewan Reid

     /  August 20, 2011

    Thank bud I will try that search.



  14. Jan

     /  August 21, 2011

    I love your blog site. I have a question … With the twin bed configuration, what supports the side walls when the camper is closed down? My Aliner is a ’95 model and there are cabinets on either side that support the walls.

    Thank you,


    • Jan, when I removed the original sofa bed and side cabinets, I left the wood supports that were glued and screwed into the walls. I screwed the frame for the twin beds into those existing supports. The wood frame was also screwed into the floor, so it was probably more secure than the original.


  15. Oh, I see what you are asking. I still had the kitchen counter, the folded down bathroom, and the divider wall by the door which supported the folded sides.


    • Jan

       /  August 21, 2011

      Thank you for the quick reply.
      We paid $250.00 for our ’95 Aliner. It lookes like it is a $250 camper – very bad shape. It had nothing in it but the cabinets (they were in very bad share), the sink (but now water line going to or from it), and all the wiring had been stripped out of it.
      We have replaced the floor and wired the trailer lights. We took the sink and stove out, because we decided it was too small to cook in. It basically is a tin-tent.
      That is all we have done to it. I like the floor plan you have with the twin beds. Hopefully we can adapt them to our aliner.
      Thank you again,


  16. sandy U

     /  August 28, 2011

    I have an Aliner w/ bunks. I would love a shower!! but that would add to much weight I’m afraid. Nice one though! Thanks for sharing!


  17. sandy U

     /  August 28, 2011

    Aliner awning: we bought a pointed awning / tent canopy at Menards…. $40 and the peek matches the peek of the aliner. Works great except when a big storm pops up and you have to take it down quickly!


  18. Ewan Reid

     /  August 28, 2011

    My A liner is a Chateau 1996 It has a furnace, water heater, outside shower, 2 burner stove and a 3 way fridge, air and will sleep 4 as it has 2 double beds. It tows very well with my Dodge Ram 5.9 liter V8. empty weight is 2000 lbs. It is a snap to put up and take down, as I said earlier I had to replace the back section of the floor this spring. The old floor was chip board and just rotted away, I was able to put my hand right through it and pull it up by hand, I replaced it with 5/8 plywood, I think it will last a bit longer than the chipboard.


  19. Ewan Reid

     /  August 28, 2011

    Thank you so much for the info on the canopy, I have been toying with the Idea of a tarp and some tent poles, will let you know how it works out. Thanks again.



  20. Liz

     /  September 20, 2011

    To the Aliner fans…my husband and I are looking for a small camper. We are considering an Aliner but we can’t decide if we want the hassle (or shall I say convenience) of having a toilet/shower in our camper. Also, are there ever issues with putting up the Aliner in the rain? And I do often hear quality concerns. I’m curious, tiny camper, why are you considering a Scamp or Casita and not an Rpod or MPG? I appreciate your thoughts as we ponder our decision.


    • Liz, we are considering a molded fiberglass trailer because they have no roof seams to leak, no aluminum sheathing to separate and leak, no rubber roof to maintain, and no wooden wall or roof supports to rot. Even aluminum frames will weaken with repeated road stress.

      If you check the fiberglass trailer forums, you will see many Scamps from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s for sale. Some are fixer uppers, but the fact that many of them are still on the road is a testament to their longevity.

      I want to make sure I don’t end up with another trailer that I will have to sell as a fixer upper before I finish paying it off. 🙂

      As for setting up in the rain, we never did set up in a pouring rain. We set up and took ours down in light rain, though, with no problems.


  21. El Gato

     /  September 26, 2011

    Check out the comments at fiberglassrv.com before buying any small trailer. Along the left side of the screen, there is also a checklist that should be printed out and used when checking a used unit.


    • Thanks, El Gato. I already have that checklist bookmarked, and I spend a fair amount of time at fiberglassrv.com. My favorite board! 🙂


  22. 2010 aliner

     /  October 13, 2011

    I have to agree with Clair on service at Danny’s camper in westfield wi
    GREAT service and always has time to answer any and all questiions.
    I give them HIGH recommendations.


  23. brian belair

     /  November 27, 2011

    Where can we find a dealer in Ontario, canada?


  24. Joyce Cunningham

     /  December 18, 2011

    Hi: Thanks for blogging. We bought a 1999 A-Liner, owned by a little old lady. ;o) Anyway, the summer after the winter we bought it we took out the carpet and there were 3 soft spots in the floor. We figured out that the water was coming in the vents and under the door. Does anyone know how expensive it is to replace the floor or if its something easy that we can do ourselves? Or is anyone wanting to buy it and do the work for a good price?
    thanks again


  25. Great web site! Congratulations on the new Casita. Amazing that you found just the model you were looking for 25 miles from your home. Speaking of treasures in your own back yard!

    We have a similar story. We have been looking for an Aliner LXE Expedition with cassette potty and shower for some time. This past week we found just what we were looking for in Tennessee and the owners agreed to meet us in Atlanta, just 225 miles from our home in Columbia, South Carolina. I picked it up yesterday and it is in great shape for a 2003 model. It originaly came from Florida and has been garage kept for the most part with little rust.

    A few questions:

    We were delighted that we found one with long skylights over the galley and bath just like yours. Looking at the picture above, you have a great shade in the skylight over the galley. Did you add that or did it come with the camper? If you added it, what brand and model is it and where did you purchase it?

    The cassette potty. We have not turned on the water yet. Does it flush with water from the camper tank supplied from the main pump, or by the snout in the side behind the outside door? We turned the water fill lever to the left of the seat and some water flowed out, but not much.

    We have the same drawers as you do, but without the microwave at the top. Did that come with the unit or did you build it in yourself?

    We have a three way refrigerator. How did you set that up for traveling, camping, etc.?

    It does not have a gas heater. Did yours have a heater? If so, did you find it an important item. If not, what did you use to heat the unit?

    Did you cook in your Aliner? If so, how it it work out? Any other readers have any experience with cooking in an Aliner?

    Finally, in your notes above, you mentioned the single bed model from Aliner had 24″ wide beds? How wide are the beds in your redo?

    Again, great site. Glad that you found that Casita, but sorry we will not be able to follow your Aliner adventures.


    Henry and Trish Knight
    Columbia, South Carolina


    • Hi, Henry and Trish,

      Congratulations on your new-to-you Aliner! You are in for a lot of traveling and camping fun! Isn’t it great when you dream camper just “pops into” your life like that? 🙂

      To answer your questions:

      The day-night shades came in our camper. I think they started using them in 2006. You could probably order some from Columbia Northwest at http://aliner.com/. When I needed parts, they were always great to work with… although the shades will probably be expensive.

      There were different models of cassette toilets used in various years. Ours had the standard non-electric model, which I believe yours does, too. You fill the upper tank at the outside spout. It pulls out for easy filling. And if you don’t have a Thetford manual, you also pull the little glass tube that is hooked to the left side of the exterior toilet access compartment out to drain that tank when winter comes.

      I believe you can go to the Thetford website and download a PDF manual.

      The microwave came as an option in our trailer.

      You will have to experiment with the 3 way refrigerator settings. Ours automatically switched from gas, electric and propane. Be aware that running it on battery will drain your battery in no time. We always ran ours on propane when we traveled. The refrigerator is a lot more efficient on propane or AC than it is on gas.

      The only downside to traveling with the refrigerator on gas was that, whenever we pulled into a gas station, I would pop the top just enough to crawl into the door and turn the refrigerator off. Then when we pulled away from the pumps I would crawl back in, turn the gas back on and secure the latches.

      If you do tow with the propane tank turned off, the refrigerator will default to running on battery. That is fine while you are driving. But if you stop for more than 30 minutes or so, be sure to unplug the 7 pin plug from your tow vehicle or the refrigerator can drain its battery. Coming out from a nice meal to find you have a dead battery is no fun. 🙂

      No, ours did not come with a heater. We used a little electric ceramic heater when we had hookups. And when we didn’t have hookups, we used a Coleman Black Kat catalytic heater. We also used a Mr. Buddy, but it was too big. We just LOVED the little Black Kat. Just be SURE to crack your overhead vent and a window if you use it.

      Yes, I loved cooking in my Aliner. I even cooked meals for company when we were camping near family. The metal stove surround makes it fire safe. Again, if you cook with propane inside, make sure your ceiling vent is open and a window is cracked. It must have fresh air.

      My twin beds were 28″ wide. They worked great for us. I carried the same idea into our Casita. I turned the dinette into a single bed, and took the large dinette/bed out of the back and replaced it with a single. It gives us a tremendous amount of additional floor space.

      I do hope you enjoy your Aliner adventures as much as we enjoyed ours. We are loving our little Casita and are finding it to be just as much fun.

      Thanks for writing.



  26. Sharon,

    Thank you for the prompt and very helpful reply.

    Best regards,

    Henry and Trish


  27. I just bought a 2007 XLE A-Liner my door frame doses not match up(I think because of the frame sagging) and was wondering if you could explain in detail how you repaired the door and and reinforced the frame. The aline is in good shape otherwise, I think.


    • Ewan Reid

       /  March 25, 2012

      When you set up would it be possible to set your support jacks just a bit higher on the door side, this may cause your door to close properly. I have not had any problems with my door but have had to replace the floor it rotted out. I have a 1996 Chalet model.


      • Joyce Cunningham

         /  March 26, 2012

        We have 3 rotten spots. I contacted A-Liner and they told me about products you can inject into the rotten wood which harden and make it harder than it was before. So in a couple months when the weather clears here in the Northwest we will tear off the linoleum inject this stuff and recover the floor with laminate. Then probably put it up for sale since it’s just too small for us.


        • Ewan Reid

           /  March 27, 2012

          My floor was so bad I was able to put my fingers and hand right through the floor. I pulled it all up and replaced it with 3/4 inch plywood. It was a hard job but it was worth it.


          • My floor was in the same condition. I used PC Petrifier, which is supposed to restore rotten wood, on it. A year later, the floor was mush.

            So I sold the Aliner as a fixer upper, and the day it rolled out of my driveway was a very happy day.


  28. Looking a nice used Aliner….if you know of one please email me!


  29. Janis and Keith

     /  September 6, 2012

    Hi, we just purchased a 2003 Aliner Classic. We love it so far!! We are interested in possibly doing what you did with the beds. But my husband wants to know what you do when you fold the camper back down?? Normally the table and the shelf in the back holds up the camper when it is closed down.
    Thanks for any info you can give us!!


    • In my Aliner, the half wall by the front door supported the opposite wall when the trailer was folded. Changing the beds made no difference. 🙂


      • Janis and Keith

         /  September 7, 2012

        Thank you for the quick response. I will tell my husband. I just love the look of the two separate beds. We only used the camper one time, and it was a little difficult with the bed made as one large one, to get in and out (especially with our pooch sleeping between us!)
        Thanks again! Enjoy your postings!! : )


  30. tiziana carraturo

     /  January 21, 2013

    dove posso trovare camper aliner in italia? quanto costa un aliner per 3 persone?


    • I don’t understand Italian too well. Aliners are only sold in the US and Australia, as far as I know. 🙂


  31. We just purchased a Aliner and the only problem we see with it is that it has a lot of chrome on the outside and when the sun shines on it becomes a safety issue! Has anyone has this problem ?


  32. Mike

     /  May 28, 2013

    Thinking of buying a 2003 Aliner LX. What should I be aware of? What does the LX mean?


    • Mike, LX just meant that it had the drawers and storage instead of the bathroom like the LXE.

      The most important thing is to check for floor rot from underneath where the water heater is, where the refrigerator is, and in the corners. You will not be able to see the wood because it’s covered with a black waterproof membrane. So take an awl or something you can stick into the wood in those areas and see if the wood is soft. If it is, don’t buy it unless you want a very difficult floor replacement job.

      I tried fixing the floors of mine with an epoxy type fix for rotted wood. It didn’t last.

      Also check for UV cracks in the corners of the skylights. The skylights have a lifespan of 5 years unless the trailer is stored under cover. I don’t think the sizes of the vertical skylights in front is even available any more because when Aliner changed owners, they got rid of parts for the older models.

      You might call Aliner to double-check that, but it’s my understanding that’s what happened.


  33. Mike

     /  May 29, 2013

    Wow – thanks very much for the reply and the excellent information! I will check it out very carefully. Good information.


  34. Enoch

     /  June 29, 2013

    I love the “twin” beds. I have not been able to find mattresses that are around 28 inches wide. Where did you get your mattresses? Thanks,


    • Enoch, I bought foam from the Foam Factory online and also ordered a nice 1-1/2″ foam eggcrate topper to keep the foam from being hard as a board. In my new camper, I bought 6″ Spa Sensations foam mattresses that have a 2″ layer of memory foam from Walmart, then cut them to the size I needed with an electric knife.

      Foam is very easy to glue together with spray adhesive if you need to add more length.


  35. brian

     /  July 6, 2013

    Hello, I am very seriously considering purchasing an Aliner Expedition. I am a little concerned to read of the floor rotting issues some campers have had. Aliner claims to have laminated flooring. Is this an upgrade from earlier models. Thank you.


  36. Brian, I am not sure what their new “laminated” floor is. The one I had (2007 model) had a waterproof black membrane laminated to the bottom of the floor. What it effectively did was trap water from leaks so it couldn’t escape, so the floor rotted.

    They may be doing something different now. I can only speak to my own experience.


  37. L Fairey

     /  July 9, 2013

    Is Aliner even still in business?? Their website is shut-down and I can’t find anything. We are looking for a used Aliner type pop-up trailer.


  38. J Robinson

     /  July 10, 2013

    We are thinking seriously about buying an Aliner.I just joined your website yesterday and found you now own a Casita.Why did you trade Aliner in? We ar looking for a camper that is small and will fit in our garage..used a popup for 17 years.Thank you.


    • J Robinson, we loved our Aliner. We were crazy about it. But we got a lemon and had non-stop quality issues — bent frame, leaks, rotting floors. I still love Aliners, but I would never buy another one.

      We seemed to be the exception. Most people are happy with theirs, or they can live with the issues. There is a Yahoo Aliner Owners forum. You could search for that, join it, and see what current owners are reporting.

      Good luck! 🙂


  39. lynndy

     /  August 7, 2013

    where do we go to have a bent frame repaired? We went to Houston and the roads were so terrible it bent the frame of the camper.


    • lynndy, we took ours to a local fleet repair shop that did welding. They welded a D ring down inside their grease pit to hook to our frame to bend it back into place. Then they reinforced the frame on both sides with 3/8″ thick steel plates.

      There was an engineer named Dave who designed a method to straighten the frame. You may be able to find his article by asking at the Aliner owner’s club Yahoo group. The door has to be open when the frame is being bent back into place.

      You are learning one of the reasons why we no longer have an Aliner. Very unfortunately. I feel for you.


      • Judy Robinson

         /  August 7, 2013

        We are all set to order a 2014 Aliner Classic with front storage box tomorrow..everything about it fits our needs.However, the issue of bent frame does concern us.Is it from overloading or bumpy roads or have they corrected the problem on newer models?Thank you for your input.

        Sent from my iPad


        • Judy, an engineer on the Aliner forums (at least when I was active there) has designed a fix to keep the frame from bending. It involves adding popup trailer latches to latch the folded roof to the base of the camper so the stress is distributed throughout the trailer instead of concentrated over the axle.

          We never drove offroad. All of our driving was on interstates, paved roads and campgrounds.

          I understand that Aliner has beefed up the frame since our 2007 model.

          They are cute trailers. There is one at the campground where we are now. Hope everything goes well for you and that you don’t encounter any problems with yours. 🙂


  40. Steve M.

     /  September 19, 2013

    I would like to find the pan for the shower combo in your trailer to install in a horse trailer if you have any info I would greatly appreciate it Thank you


    • Steve, I think the shower combo unit is only available to trailer manufacturers. It is made by Thetford. You can see the Thetford line of cassette toilets on the Thetford website, but I have never seen the shower unit for sale anywhere.

      I did find one on eBay a long time ago that someone had taken out of their pop-up trailer. I wish I could be more help, but that’s all I know.


  41. nancy

     /  October 1, 2013

    can someone help me we have a new aliner and the drain in the kitchen sink drains sooo slow. i am open to any suggestions you might have


  42. Fred N.C.

     /  November 12, 2013

    We recently had a large tree limb fall and spear directly through the rear bubble skylight/window of our A-Liner. Does anybody have a contact for where I can get a replacement bubble cover or, perhaps, a flat Lexan window cover?


  43. Robin James

     /  January 20, 2014

    I have a 2013 Aliner Classic, and while cooking some oil spilled down into the stove causing the plastic backing to melt. I have contacted my dealer who has tried several times to get in touch with Columbia Northwest for a new stove, but they keep getting the run around. I need a replacement stove that has the tube to hook up to my camper and use the propane tanks on the camper. Any idea how or where I can get a replacement stove?



    • Robin, based on my experience with Columbia Northwest, you might have to pay to have your dealer install a new stove for you. My Aliner was a 2007 and had the old 3 burner Suburban stove which you could order direct from Suburban. I don’t even know the brand name of their new stoves.

      Sorry you are having to deal with this..


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