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Post  Richard on Sat Dec 21, 2013 11:15 am

I wish I had been keeping a tally sheet on responses from manufacturers to the owner issues in RV Action line column in Trailer Life magazine. It seem that some manufacturers never seem to have problems, others bend over backwards to correct problems, and still others almost always are looking for ways to not take responsibility for defects. My problem is that I have trouble keeping up with which is which.

Which brands would you say "no way" to, based on how the company builds them, or handles problems?

Also, the opposite question, Which ones were great when problems came up?
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Post  chuck on Sat Dec 21, 2013 11:23 am

thinking of buying, Richard? Should we look for a new "Clark camper" next spring?

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Post  Richard on Sat Dec 21, 2013 11:34 am

I am always "thinking" of buying, but never of buying new. Once I get the old house sold, I will be able to consider lots of options, rather than not having any. That goes for campers and everything else that costs money. The kids are way past due for a trip to Orlando or someplace like that.
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Post  Helmsey on Sat Dec 21, 2013 6:19 pm

I am happy with what Forest River has done for us on our new Sandpiper 365SAQ.
Long story short, with 2 6000lbs axles under it there was little cargo capacity. They are upgrading to 7000axles, new wheels, and new tires to address this and all at no charge. This is our second FR product, and will likely look to them first when we buy again (hopefully a LONG time from now) Smile

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Post  merrykalia on Sat Dec 21, 2013 7:24 pm

Our first camper was a Keystone product, but since then, we have had Forest River products and we have had no significant problems with them.......SO FAR!!

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