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RE: Anyone have to send fiver back to mfg for major repair?

I don't have personal experience with Keystone Montana, but yes, I have had a camper that was back to the factory twice for repairs. It was a 2010 Coachmen Northridge. It was a piece of junk! In three years of ownership, I had at least 50 quality related/ warranty repairs. Turned me totally off to any Coachmen product! Every trip out I would come home with two to three repairs to make. In general, Manufactures, once the unit leaves the factory, turn all repairs over to the selling dealership. Only if the dealer determines they can not handle the repair will they send the unit back to the factory, or make arrangements for the owner to take it to the factory. Then the wait time can be weeks! Bandaid
Bandaid 09/20/21 03:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Seats in a 2021 Forester Classic w/ Ford 450 chassis

Spacers are certainly a temporary fix. When I was sitting in the seat briefly, I did tilt the wheel down, which got it out of my line of sight. Still though, I felt like I was sitting on the floor! This morning I was reading through the sales brochure and saw where Forester offer the six way power seat as an option. Why it is not on this rig, I don't know, but it should have been! I am going to see what it cost to have it installed. I live on the east coast of Florida and searching for a Forester dealership, only two came up. and they are not close to me. My search continues! Thanks for your help guys. Bandaid
Bandaid 09/19/21 11:35am Class C Motorhomes
Seats in a 2021 Forester Classic w/ Ford 450 chassis

Hello, We are about to take delivery of a very gently used 2021 Forester Classic, 2861. The coach is great, but the drivers and passengers seats look and feel like an after thought! The only adjustments are to recline the back some and to move the seats forward and back some. I need some up and down adjustment, as sitting in the seat, the steering wheel is barely below my sight line! Has anyone tried to put electric seat adjusters under the factory seats? Or, is there a way to raise the seat and make them more comfortable without laying out well over a $1k for aftermarket seats? Thanks, Bandaid
Bandaid 09/18/21 03:05pm Class C Motorhomes
time to renew

I was previously with Good Sam Insurance for my fifth wheel trailer. After moving to Florida and living in our trailer for seven months while our house was built. As I remember, I was told National General does not write camper insurance in Florida, or maybe it was for people living full time in their trailers. Anyway, I was switched to Progressive. Now it is time to renew and it appears the premium has gone up considerably from what we paid last year. We are no longer living in the trailer and it sits most of the time in a storage facility. Is there another Good Sam Insurance company with lower rates? Bandaid
Bandaid 07/11/21 12:25pm Good Sam Insurance
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