Changing Gears has compiled a complete list of RV salvage yards and parts stores by state. You can purchase used RV parts or even sell your camper or motorhome to these local businesses for cash.
Remember: Even if you can’t find a local RV salvage or wrecking yard, you can usually dispose of your camper or motorhome at the following locations:
- Consignment or trade-in (gently used units)
- Scrap yards*
- Towing and wrecking companies*
- Junk dealer
- Metal recycling centers*
- Nationwide auto auction services
*Expect to be paid a flat fee based on the weight of your RV, not its condition!
Consider removing the valuable parts first and selling them online yourself! See our guide to selling an RV to give yourself a head start.
If you’re searching for a sticks n’ bricks store, please review some of the entries below for independently owned RV parts stores. We also recommend you search for local RV dealerships, plus truck and trailer service and repair shops. They will normally carry common RV repair and maintenance parts. If you shop at Camping World, you can use their store locater here.
Many RV parts retailers are online-only, such as RV Parts Country, Etrailer, PPL Motorhomes, RecPro, Adventure RV, etc. If you’re willing to wait a few days, you can often find a good deal online! Choose one of our recommended vendors here.
Keep in mind that some RV parts, such as custom furniture, countertops, or fender wheel wells, may only be available directly from your manufacturer. Contact their customer or warranty support to submit a request. Expect a 4-12 week wait.
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