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It's amazing how even the newer, high end coaches break down.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LmppxID3hI

Would have been $2600 tow if not covered under warranty.

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Another breakdown. This time it's the slideout.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0n7B3k2ViU

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6th or 7th time to the service facility.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7MYlom10Go

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And another YouTube


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to Techwriter. Why did you post a youtube link that begins with a 15 second ad (wonder who gets paid for the click) and i cant seem to find anything about rv issues at all.

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2019 F350. 25,000 miles. Plastic is terrible. Needed a new transmission seal. Runs really hot when towing. Doesn't know if he'll keep it past 36,000 miles.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFIDkZ3OenI

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We have been very pleased with our 2000 gas coach. No we haven't had to replace anything with residential and have had very little go wrong except for regular maintenance items done, a couple of circuit boards, vent covers, that type of thing. It does depend on the quality of the item you start with. Yes, full-time for 10 years.

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