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Posted: 01/26/21 07:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Gotta say, really bummed. This floor plan fits us perfectly

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I have not seen a decently built RV in a few years. The higher end units, not built by Thor or FR seem to be better but I can't say for sure. The difference in build quality from my 2007 Rage'n to my 2019 Wildcatt is night and day. And the Rage'n was built after WW bought them from National.


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BiXLL wrote:

Gotta say, really bummed. This floor plan fits us perfectly


Check it out in person then and judge the quality for yourself.

I think that the sad reality is that all new RVs have their problems, and it's pretty normal to have to take it back to the dealer for warranty repairs.

I would look closer at the dealer's Yelp reviews for repairs than anything else, because you'll need to partner up with them for your first year of ownership.

The day our warranty punch-list was done and I could finally say goodbye to our horrible dealer service center (Giant RV) was one of the best days of my life. I've never been happier to flip someone, I mean say goodbye to someone. Since then, we've hired a great mobile tech to deal with any of the odd problems that I can't fix myself. Our trailer has been a dream since then though.


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BiXLL wrote:

Gotta say, really bummed. This floor plan fits us perfectly


I wouldn't be that bummed. I looked and it does seem like a really nice floor plan. Yes, I said it seemed lower quality than what we ended up buying. But what we bought also cost more. Go look at it yourself, and see what you think.

In the end, IMO, it's less about the manufacturer these days, and more about finding a good dealer that is good to work with on repairs (ie not Camping World or Gander).


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