Family and I have been using a Sunline Saturn (model 1850) for 20 years now. The darn thing would simply go on and on, averaging 4000 Km yearly since I bought it new (that was in 1992). Wife and I decided to replace the Old Lady (the TT, not the Wife) earlier this winter. We bought a brand new Kodiak 263RLS at the last Montreal RV show, and we are schedule for delivery by end of May.
Any tips from you all in regards to what to look for in a new TT, inspection tips? Any horror stories, found after delivery? Specific areas to look at? I know a road test is included in the delivery process (TV is a 2004 Ford Expedition w/tow package).
Thank you for any information.
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Make sure everything works on it before leaving the lot. Check all appliances, windows, vents, furnace, air conditioner, locks, etc... Also, my wife and I are traveling to Toronto without our trailer in August. Any must see places? Thanks!!
Yes Sir, I brought a new 32' Serria last Oct. every time we take a trip we have to return it to the dealer to have things put back together, this passed month we did a trip where we moved to RV parks in 3 different states & each time we got to the next park we would open the door to find parts of the trailer laying in the floor, the A/C dosen't cool the rear of the trailer (duct work to small) the wiring for the holding tanks light panel had to be redone by the dealer...if this were a bottom of the line cheap trailer I could understand some problems, but this was not a cheap trailer..just build cheap...if it had not been for a very good dealer (Millican RV) repairing the trailer things could have been a lot worst.