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RE: Keystone Springdale - Very Low Drain Pipes

It's always a bummer when the park hookup is higher than the sewer hose discharge.
Planeteer 04/01/22 12:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: On the road observations

Everywhere but the east coast. Guessing thats because all the RV's are made in Indiana. I drive by a dealer that carries Grand Design and Jayco and a couple other brands. The lot is packed to the gills. But if you go online and look at new inventory they have very little. They have a few of some models but not the normal stock amount. Same with the other dealers in my area. If you pick a brand and model and scroll down the online list most only have a few in stock with the rest on order. Even the big CW dealer 70 miles south is low on lot stock. The RV Industry is going to ride the golden goose as long as they can and the propaganda arm the RVIA with the rag they promote, RV business, in conjunction with the GoRVing campaign, are going to sugar coat it as long as possible. The sheet is hitting the fan and the crash is coming folks. I was through Goshen and Elkhart two weeks ago. The storage lots and fields out there are packed more than I've ever seen. RV shortage my rear end. What they're going to have is a buyer shortage and that will be a good thing. We bought a brand new TT in Elkhart last year. I called ahead and they had the model we wanted sitting on their lot. We drove there, inspected it, and said "We'll take it". The dealer said, "sorry but this one is sold and going to California in 2 days." I pulled out cash, full price, and he still would not take it. A couple days later the dealer called and said they received another TT, same model, and would deliver it to me if I wanted it. The nice thing was that the new TT had some upgrades over the first one we looked at. edit: My point is that plenty of RV transport companies are hiring in my area. But I do agree, that propaganda arm is strong!
Planeteer 04/01/22 12:13pm General RVing Issues
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