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RE: It fits....

My wife has put her foot down, won't allow me to ride my '48 Indian Chief. I still have a Honda Trail 90 that I can carry on a rear rack. Just turned 82. Is it too late to find a different wife? Or try bachelorhood?
JohninSD 02/11/21 03:03pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thor quality complaint

My 2016 Itasca Navion has done the same thing - it's a pretty common problem. The driver and passenger seats also peeled but it was soon enough that Winnebago sent me a set of replacement covers for them. The couch took a little longer and Winnebago declined to cover it. For now I've thrown a phony sheepskin on the couch until I decide what to do - leaning toward replacing the sleeper couch with a double recliner loveseat - with Ultraleather upholstery.
JohninSD 02/11/21 11:53am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Experience with Sprinter Class C's

Unless you are rolling in dough and money is not an issue. I would suggest Google something along the lines of mercedes benz RV repair issues. Or complaints, scams, something along those lines. This is the first one that came up for me out of 8,840,000 hits. https://www.irv2.com/forums/f259/fatal-flaw-of-late-model-mercedes-sprinter-319026.html https://www.irv2.com/forums/f259/fatal-flaw-of-late-model-mercedes-sprinter-319026.html I've seen that before - it was written by a fleet owner whose drivers put about 100k miles per year on each Sprinter - and they are some pretty hard miles being a commercial operation. Read the whole series of posts for more info - I for one am not concerned.
JohninSD 11/06/20 08:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Experience with Sprinter Class C's

Damage caused by bad fuel should be paid for by the fuel seller - warranty wouldn't cover it - maybe insurance under the comprehensive - damage other than collision. I doubt that any manufacturer would provide warranty coverage for damage caused by using improper fuel - gas in a diesel or vice versa, contaminated fuel etc.
JohninSD 11/05/20 04:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Experience with Sprinter Class C's

Sprinter may void the warranty on the chassis if you happen to pump some bad fuel. That would be enough to scare me off. Has this actually happened? Source? I can see MB telling an owner to take it up with the fuel seller if bad fuel was used and caused engine damage but "void the warranty on the chassis"? Doubtful.
JohninSD 11/05/20 11:04am Class C Motorhomes
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