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One of the most expensive problems occurs when some section delaminates. Are you positive the warranty covers replacing the $$$$ worth of sides if there is some water intrusion. Haven't seen an after market warranty, yet, that covers that kind of damage.


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Earl E wrote:

One of the most expensive problems occurs when some section delaminates. Are you positive the warranty covers replacing the $$$$ worth of sides if there is some water intrusion. Haven't seen an after market warranty, yet, that covers that kind of damage.


Good part about a Carriage.......it can't delam.

It has hung fiberglass, not bonded.


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2008Wildcat wrote:

Earl E wrote:

One of the most expensive problems occurs when some section delaminates. Are you positive the warranty covers replacing the $$$$ worth of sides if there is some water intrusion. Haven't seen an after market warranty, yet, that covers that kind of damage.


Good part about a Carriage.......it can't delam.

It has hung fiberglass, not bonded.


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The fiberglass is still glued to luan. If it gets wet it will delaminate.


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Not a Carriage owner or customer, but curious -

Weigh in pliz: Can it delam or not?.

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Yes it can. If the employees hanging the glass don't glue the aluminum stud as much as they are susposed to. Or if they pull the braces off to early online not letting the glue set up. But Carriage is really good at not allowing either to happen. From what I have gathered








ol Bombero-JC wrote:

Not a Carriage owner or customer, but curious -

Weigh in pliz: Can it delam or not?.

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Carriage Deal Falls Apart, Looking for a Buyer

The deal fell through so as of now Carriage is closed. The company is seeking a buyer.


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Carriage Deal Falls Apart, Looking for a Buyer

The deal fell through so as of now Carriage is closed. The company is seeking a buyer.


Bummer.....


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And I just bought a Cameo in August. At least it was nicely discounted. The Dealer just did some warranty work on it last week. Replaced one of the windows. Same thing happened on 2009. I bought a Ridley motorcycle, they went BK about 2 months later. New bike, no warranty.


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Well looks as though some company will buy Carriage and then try to sell there junk as a carriage unit. Sure hope this does not happen, but I almost bet that is what will happen. They add a cheap frame, along with cut every part out they can. Then pawn it off as a Carriage and at the same price.
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